Batman: Return to Arkham Delayed, Doesn’t Have New Release Date

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buy prednisone india WB Games made the announcement on their forums:

“After reviewing the progress of the project, the team at WB Games has decided to delay the release of Batman: Return to Arkham to give the team at Virtuous Games additional time to deliver a polished Batman Arkham game experience.  We do not have a release date yet and will be sure to communicate that once we are sure the game will be ready.”

buy advair diskus Virtuous Games is the studio that is behind the port to bring both Arkham Asylum and Arkham City to current-gen consoles. Obviously, Return to Arkham wasn’t living up to WB’s standard, so they decided to give Virtuous Games more time.

Delays are almost always a good thing and, more often than not, help improve the final product. What’s most interesting about this delay, however, is the lack of a new release date. With the avalanche of Q4 games quickly approaching, does WB really want to release a remastered collection of games and compete with other new titles? One would have to think that Return to Arkham wouldn’t sell as well as hoped if it was released during a competitive quarter. The former release date of July 26th was perfect because there wasn’t really anything else coming out around that time. Is it possible that this game could get delayed until 2017?

When we get more word on what Return to Arkham’s new release date is, we will be sure to let you know.  Until then, let’s just hope that this is the delay that we deserve, even if it’s not the one we need right now.

Logan Moore
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Logan is a video production student from Indianapolis and has been playing video games since he was in diapers. When he's not playing games, he's probably watching the Chicago Cubs and praying that God one day delivers them a championship.