Batman: Return to Arkham is a remaster of the original Arkham Asylum, and Arkham City. It is supposedly going to release around November of this year according to rumors by sources.
Last news we got was that it was delayed indefinitely in late June, and was originally going to release on July 31st. Eurogamer made a report that the game has months to go still, and it’s possible the November release date may not happen either.
Sources tell Eurogamer the delay was due to the “quality of the port from Chinese developer Virtuous Games”. The frame rate is reportedly the biggest problem as well with Batman: Return to Arkham.
If the developers are not able to reach the November deadline, the collection will end up being released “early next year” some sources say. Warner Brothers statement regarding this delay remains the same as before when the announcement was made.
“We do not have a release date yet and will be sure to communicate that once we are sure the game will be ready,”
Information on Batman: Return to Arkham leaked back in March, and then the collection got an announcement in May. It’s going to include all the DLC and game of the year content.