Nintendo Switch owners will be able to play Rocksteady's trio of Batman games on their platform of choice on October 13.
Batman: Arkham Trilogy has been announced for the Nintendo Switch, featuring the three mainline Batman: Arkham games.
Hamill says that without Batman being voiced by Kevin Conroy – who recently passed away – he doesn't wish to return as The Joker.
A blog post shows a curious change.
Well, can't say I saw that coming.
Complete the collection with the season pass.
Batman: Arkham Origins continues to get shafted.
PlayStation Plus subscribers can download both for free starting from September 3rd.
EIther way, even Europe still doesn't get Arkham Origins on current gen systems.
Warner Bros. continues to ignore Arkham Origins.
Super heroes, cyborg ninjas, and Legos join the service this month.
A listing for Rocksteady's original trilogy was recently spotted on the Xbox Store.
Warner Bros. Steam sale offers deep discounts on Mortal Kombat, F.E.A.R., and much more.
What could they possibly be teasing?
What could their new game be?
Batman: Arkham Rises.
Rocksteady's Gaz Deaves asks fans to "be patient", which is certainly asking a lot.
Arkham Knight remains the conclusion to the series.
Warner Bros. since pre-orders for the sequel are "pretty strong."
The rumor mill is working over time.
“We’re very hard at work on our next project but we won’t be releasing the details for a while.”
But where did it win Game of the Year at all?
In hopes to capitalize on the movie's hype, I imagine.
Rocksteady's open world title won't be reaching these platforms after all.
Amazon Germany has leaked a re-release of the concluding chapter in the Batman: Arkham saga.
The PC version has had some probems, but Rocksteady seems like it's trying to finally fix the game.
Xbox One and PS4 receiving it on January 26th.
Yet another glitch in the game.
Gotham's Most Wanted await.
The Batmobile and Batman skin from Batman Begins now available.
Check out some of the new villains and areas you'll encounter in the new DLC.
Performance optimizations and improvements also revealed.
Also adds support for November DLC.
There are a lot of skin packs, race tracks and more available this month.
Includes Wayne Manor and Batcave challenge maps.
Estimates for performance improvements were "relatively small".
Those still facing issues on PC can receive a full refund until 2015 end.
And it's not quite issue-free for some players.
Patch will also release to bring PC version up to date with all DLC content.
It's a fair bit of stuff.
A small but much appreciated update.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is raking it in this year.
Second time's a charm.
Now all we need is a Christian Bale voice pack.
Finally, Catwoman gets to be more than just a damsel in distress.
Will it actually work this time?
No word on a new release date for the PC version though.
It seems the wondrous new patch is close to release.
The patch will fix a number of graphical issues and bugs in the game.
There's more to this version than a different appearance.
Current PC players will have some relief next month.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited also sees strong sales in its debut for consoles.
Updates won't be available till then according to a leaked internal email.
Not for the PC version, though.
Fancy the 1989 film version of the Batmobile?
Codemasters' latest racing simulator beats out the superhero action adventure.
Warner Bros. promises information on PC fixes this week.
The hacking elements could be pretty cool, if done right.
Take on the Joker with Robin in this new DLC.
Batgirl will be focus of 'A Matter of Family.'
New rumors say Warner Bros. knew about the state of the PC game, and went ahead and released it anyway.
The patch weighs in 100 mb.
Rocksteady promises more fixes for the future.
This is Batman's best year ever.
Even the Batman can have bad weeks.
Warner Bros. is now working feverishly to fix PC issues after suspending sales.
Warner Bros. working to fix performance issues.
What in the name of ever loving-
The mess is spilling over.
Warner Bros. continues to treat the PC with disappointing callousness.
"We hear you," not followed up by actual problem solving just yet.
Steam users reporting frame rate dips on high-end hardware and game file issues.
Par for the course, then.
The Dark Knight Rises.
What's up with Gamespot being the big outlier?
People who want special Batman stuff just can't catch a break with this game.
So there is *some* value for money here, I guess...
Spoiler alert, in case that was not clear.
Check out some more footage of the Red Hood cracking skulls.
Batman's world get's a little more realistic thanks to Nvidia.
The install size is the same across all platforms.
Director Sefton Hill promises no loading screens throughout the open world title.
Quinn's skills and attacks are on full display in this new trailer.
Check out some gameplay from the GameStop exclusive story DLC.
Also gadgets can be upgraded to unlock to new abilities.
Check out the newest video for Arkham Knight.
Indian gamers can join in on the fun with everyone else.
New Batman: Arkham Knight video 'unmasks' the Arkham Knight, the Scarecrow, Batman and the Batmobile.
A hero can be anyone.
The Batman team versus the world.
The Dark Knight will have a new weapon for long range strategies
It looks like there are interesting plot developments on the horizon for the Batman.
This is how you command all those who follow you.
Players get a look at Barbara in her pre-Oracle days.
That's a good deal.
New missions, story arcs and much more promised for Rocksteady's open world adventure.
If you have not played other games in the series, DON'T READ THIS.
And it costs a pretty penny, too.
Robin, Nightwing and Catwoman are all playable as the Dark Knight's allies.
Rocksteady's open world action adventure seems to support story-line co-op.
Well known characters from the Batman universe are returning to Arkham Knight.
An "iconic character" is apparently featured in the new teaser.
Batman is back in 4K and he looks amazing.
At least 45 GB of HDD space and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 will be required.
Will also showcase a returning character from Arkham City.
"I can tell you we've worked longer and harder on this one than ever before," says Rocksteady developer.
The theme we all deserve.
According to the product page on PlayStation store.
Timed exclusivity is still 'exclusivity' at the end of the day.
When the Batman goes all out, he doesn't pull any punches.
The time of the bat draws near, get prepared for a huge open world.
Warner Bros. confirms physical release for North America and rest of Europe.
Takes place before events of the main game.
Apparently, the game won't be shipped to retail for PC at all.
Harley Quinn? Harley Quinn!
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's another Batman delay.
'There is no way we could have achieved something as ambitious as this before.'
Scarecrow's coming for us all.
In glorious 1080p/60FPS.
An under rated bad guy gets centre stage this time in Gotham.
Rocksteady on what players can expect from the game's combat.
Batman really has his work cut out for him this time.
An M rating for the Batman means "some fans will miss out".
That's pretty damn huge.
New gadgets may not be present in Arkham Knight but old ones will be better than ever.
Rocksteady Studios Gaz Deaves details the Batmobile.
Written by Marv Wolfman, the story has been described as "highly emotional."
"He's broken the old rules of engagement and raised the stakes through the roof," says Rocksteady's Gaz Deaves.
Amazon may have dropped the ball on this one.
Batman faces off against the Arkham Knight.
That is stupidly amazing.
Exclusive to PlayStation 4 fans of course.
HEAVY SPOILER WARNING.
Vehicular combat revealed.
Here comes the Batman! And he's bringing the pain.
Batman's coming to wreck shop.
A short tease seems to indicate as much.
As is the beta for The Crew.
Na na na na na na na na Special Editions!
Oh look who we have here...
Rocksteady also talks about why you don't play as villains often in Batman games.
Who exactly is the Arkham Knight?
Microsoft lets the cat out of the bag.
Still doesn't make up for Batman using guns, though.
The Dark Knight takes the lead in WB's video game initiative.
Batman and guns? Er...
Rocksteady delaying game to provide fans and gamers with "the best Batman experience".
Words cannot describe how awesome it is.
Due to release in 2015, while Arkham Knight is out this year.
Rocksteady Studios' final Arkham chapter is shaping up well.
Producer Dax Ginn talks about the power of next gen consoles for the final Arkham chapter.
Scarecrow will be uniting the rogues' gallery to take down Batman in Rocksteady's final Arkham chapter.
Find out what the Batmobile can do in Rocksteady's next.
Check out Jason To...er, the Arkham Knight in action.
How do you follow up one of the greatest games of all time?
Check out how Rocksteady makes familiar villains seem new for Arkham Knight,
"We don't have the time to do multiplayer."
Heading to PC, Xbox One and PS4.