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Batman: Return to Arkham finally has a release date

Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City are set for a remastered release this October, Warner has revealed.

After a sudden delay back in July, players will be able to enjoy Arkham Asylum and Arkham city on PS4 and Xbox One in Batman: Return to Arkham on October 18.

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Warner games also released a 5 minute video comparison of the games on PS3 and PS4. The gameplay footage doesn’t perfectly line up at times but the difference in quality and definition of the current-gen consoles still stands out.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QS15ZM

Both Rocksteady’s Arkham Asylum and open world follow up Arkham City get a redo in the remastered bundle. What’s more, it includes all the previous downloadable content for the games.

It was announced back in July that the re-release would be delayed due to issues of quality and no new release date was given until now.

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Warner stated on their forum that the team needed additional time to create a more polished version of the game.  

Batman: Arkham Knight was released in June 2015 and has sold over 5 million copies. It is reported to be the final game in the series.

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