'Batman Return To Arkham' News: HD Collection Leaked Online?[VIDEO]By Staff Reporter, UniversityHerald Reporter
It seems that gamers will have to wait for a few more months to sink their teeth on Warner Bros.' "Batman: Return to Arkham," as some sources have stated that it won't be launched until November this year rolls in.
The Arkham series of games has revitalized the Batman franchise's grip on the gaming industry, and has shown people that there are more to superhero based video games that meets the eye. Due to high quality visuals and gripping storylines of the Batman Arkham games, it would not be surprising that video fans, and even those who have no idea about this game, are waiting for the news about this game.
In a report made by IGN, Rocksteady Studios will be releasing a remastered collection which includes critically-acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, which was supposed to be released in late June, will be indefinitely delayed. A July 31 launch date was originally set for Batman: Return to Arkham, but Eurogamer has stated in a report that Return to Arkham still has months of development to go through, and that there is a high possibility that a November release might not stick.
Blast from the past, an Italian arm of video game retailer GameStop, listed the "Batman: Return to Arkham," GameSpot reported. On April 18, one of its employees leaked the images of unannounced "Batman HD Collection."
Based from an email that was received by Eurogamer that was sent by a GameStop employee, it was revealed that a mystery Batman Arkham game collection will have Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City in it, and will bring along all the previously released DLC as part of the package.
"Batman: Return to Arkham" will not include 2013's Warner Bros. Montreal Studio-developed Batman: Arkham Origins, nor will "Batman: Arkham Knight," which was launched just a year ago. However, the collection will contain "Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City," and will include all Game of the Year edition bonuses and DLC content.
Although Warner Bros. confirmed "Batman: Return to Arkham," however, it will not be released on its slated date, which is on July 29.