Nintendo Switch owners will be able to play Rocksteady's trio of Batman games on their platform of choice on October 13.
Windows Central's Jez Corden has heard that this is only "part of" the reason for the co-op looter shooter's recent delay.
As claimed in recent reports, Rocksteady's upcoming open world shooter has been delayed once again, and is now set to release in February next year.
VGC's Andy Robinson says everyone working on the game is "quite optimistic about the combat loops they've made" and the world.
Bloomberg's Jason Schreier said staff were told "a few weeks ago" that it's releasing later this year, "but they still don't know when."
Journalist Jeff Grubb has said the live service superhero game's delay might be even longer than what's been reported.
A new report claims WB Games has delayed the live service superhero titles following widespread criticism from fans.
Whatever these infused enemies are, there are weapons which deal additional damage to them, as seen in the recent developer video.
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Post-launch missions and new characters will be free. The Battle Pass also includes free tiers, and loot boxes are absent.
The entire game is playable solo or with up to four players, though you'll need Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation Plus on consoles for co-op.
Rocksteady has promised new missions, weapons and playable characters after launch, with the Battle Pass only featuring cosmetics.
Deadshot, Harley Quinn, King Shark and Captain Boomerang team up to save Lex Luthor from The Flash, who is under Brainiac's control.
The open world of Metropolis will be divided into several areas, with each area featuring a boss that players will need to defeat to progress the story.
The presentation will also feature new looks at upcoming third party games and announcements for upcoming PS VR2 titles.
A new leak shows the menu screen of Rocksteady's upcoming game, seemingly confirming the inclusion of a battle pass, among other things.
A new trailer showcases the chaotic antics of the titular Suicide Squad, and shines a light on the Dark Knight of Gotham.
Sefton Hill and Jamie Walker are leaving the Batman: Arkham studio at the end of this year, and will be replaced by Nathan Burlow and Darius Sadeghian.