Warner Bros. Games has officially announced the release date for the much-anticipated “Batman: Arkham Trilogy.” The three main titles along with their expansion will be available to the fans of the Dark Knight on October 13th, 2023.
Warner Bros. Games has formed a strategic partnership with Turn Me Up Games to bring Arkham Trilogy to Nintendo Switch. Turn Me Up is known for adapting Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 and It Takes Two to the Nintendo Switch.
The first game, of course, is “Batman: Arkham Asylum.” This game introduced players to the treacherous grounds of Arkham Asylum in 2009. It set the stage for the series with a captivating storyline. The Joker takes center stage in the game as he orchestrates a diabolical plot within the asylum’s walls. Batman is pitted against Harley Quinn, Bane, Killer Croc, Poison Ivy, and Scarecrow.
“Batman: Arkham City,” the 2011 sequel, expands the scope of the game to a more sprawling area of Gotham. This chapter brings back classic villains like Mr. Freeze, Two-Face, and The Penguin.
The trilogy culminates in “Batman: Arkham Knight” which was released in 2015. Rocksteady, the developer, made the Batmobile a transformable vehicle creating an exhilarating open-world experience. This one combines brawling combat with stealth and puzzle mechanics.
Batman: Arkham Trilogy offers an ideal opportunity to immerse oneself in the world of the Dark Knight. The narratives are gripping, the characters intricate and the gameplay engages you completely.
The impending release of the “Batman: Arkham Trilogy” also creates a bridge for gamers who are waiting for Rocksteady’s next major release, “Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League.” The game’s release was pushed from February to May, 2024.