Gamers are set to return to Arkham July 26th when the Batman: Return to Arkham bundle releases for $50.
The new trailer highlights the graphics overhaul from Unreal Engine 3, to Unreal Engine 4. Warner Bros. said players can expect improved graphics, upgraded models, lighting, environments, effects, and shaders.
In addition to the base games, players will receive the standard feature of these type of remasters: all the Game of the Year extras and DLC.
Both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City received great critical reception when released. Upon release in 2009, Arkham Asylum garnered a 91 on Metacritic. Arkham City on the other hand garnered a 94 on Metacritic when it released in 2011.
I was excited at the prospect of returning to Rocksteady’s Arkham one last time, however, the exclusion of Batman: Arkham Origins has dampered that excitement quite a bit. Without Origins, an important piece of the puzzle is missing and at this point…I’ll pass and sit patiently for that Bioshock Collection.
Tyler Fischer is an Associate Writer for MONG who plays video games when he’s not busy researching alien conspiracy theories at 2AM. You can find him on Twitter.