Warner Bro’s Interactive Entertainment has announced that they have officially set a new release date for their upcoming title Batman: Return to Arkham. The game previously had its release date set for July 26th but will now be pushed until October 21st in order to give the development company more time to finish the game.
Each purchase of Batman: Return to Arkham will include the remastered versions of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City along with all of the Game of the Year edition and downloadable content released.
Along with the news of the release date, Warner Bro’s also released a new trailer showing a side by side comparison between the original and remastered games. Unlike the previously released trailer, the new one features actual gameplay to show the new mechanics and details within the environment. Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City will run on Unreal Engine 4, having previously run on Unreal Engine 3.
The most notable change in the tailer is the detail to lighting. The original version of the games had much brighter lighting, where as the remastered versions are able to darken the colors and make way for increased graphics.
Batman: Return to Arkham’s delay is unfortunate, but is probably for the best. Gamers have to wait longer for the game to be released but in return for being delayed players will be able to get a completed game rather than an unfinished mess.
The Bundle will see a price tag of $49.99.