When Rocksteady Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive delayed Batman: Arkham Knight until 2015, I kind of hoped they meant early 2015. Like, really early 2015. Maybe just-after-New-Year's 2015.
Alas, the game will be out much later than that.
June 2, 2015 is the official release date, says Polygon, quoting publisher Warner Bros. Interactive. The same release date applies to all three versions of the game—for Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbone—so at least we'll all be suffering in unison. Although honestly, I don't know how we'll make it until then.
Arkham Knight is a sequel to the excellent Arkham City and Arkham Asylum—and unlike last year's Arkham Origins, it's being developed by the folks who started the series. Arkham Knight will feature next-gen visuals and a driveable Batmobile, as shown in the video above. The wait looks like it may be well worth it.
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