According to a recent announcement, Batman: Arkham Trilogy’ Nintendo Switch release has been pushed back. The official Batman Arkham Twitter account clarified that the trilogy will launch on December 1, 2023, instead of its original release date.
In their Twitter post, the developers explained the reason for the delay, stating, “More time is needed to bring players the best possible experience on Nintendo Switch.” The team also apologized to fans looking forward to playing the series on Nintendo’s console.
— Batman Arkham (@BatmanArkham) October 3, 2023
This release is significant because it marks the first time the Batman: Arkham series will be available on a Nintendo console. Moreover, the trilogy will come with all the previously released downloadable content (DLC), adding value to the package.
Rocksteady, the original developers of the Batman: Arkham series, earned much praise for these games when they were first launched. However, their next project, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, hasn’t been received as warmly. The game faced a significant delay of almost a year and met with backlash from fans following a gameplay presentation.