The compilation versions remastered from Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City will not be available on 29 July. Warner has announced it in the official Forum of Batman: Return to Arkham, clarifying that this indefinite delay will serve to finish polishing the game.
After reviewing the progress of the project, the team of WB Games has decided to delay the release of Batman: Return to Arkham to Virtuous Games extra time to Polish the game experience. We don’t yet have a new release date and make sure you communicate when we know sure that the game will be ready.
Finally announced in may – after having leaked some seven times–this Return to Arkham carries the first two Batman from Rocksteady to PS4 and Xbox One with the usual graphical improvements: Unreal Engine 3 is passed to Unreal Engine 4, for starters. However, with the publication of some comparison between the remastering and original titles for the PC began to question the work of the Chinese developer in charge of the project. It has that something to do with the change in plans.
And speaking of the computer versions, on Steam are with a 75% discount on the occasion of the blessed summer sales: Arkham Asylum, Arkham City and Arkham Origins, which is not included in Return to Arkham, £ 15 in total. It is one of those mornings, indeed, in that they have no clear take us for idiots or we are really.