Batman Arkham HD Collection Coming to Xbox One and PS4



/ 2 years ago

Batman Arkham HD Collection Coming to Xbox One and PS4

When it comes to superhero video games, few did it as well as the Batman Arkham series, gripping fans as they explored the prison and then the city in the hopes of fighting crime in Gotham. If you enjoyed the games but miss being able to play them on your Xbox One or PS4 you may be in luck with leaked images showing the Batman Arkham HD Collection.

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Leaked via an image sent by a reported GameStop employee, the images appear to show a release date of the 10th June, with preorders going live today (19th April). The collection will include both Arkham Asylum and Arkham City with “updated visuals optimised for Playstation 4 and Xbox One” while also letting you enjoy all the DLC that was previously released for both of the games.

With the last game in the Arkham series, Arkham Knight, giving you control over the Batmobile and a larger city, it didn’t take long before the technical problems scared people off of the game with many companies even offering refunds to anyone who had purchased it on PC. With the Arkham Knight being the last game made by Rocksteady for the dark hero, could this collection tide over fans while we await news about the next superhero series to grip our hearts?


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3 Responses to “Batman Arkham HD Collection Coming to Xbox One and PS4”
  1. VampireDuck says:

    It was made by Rocksteady, not Rockstar. HD collection seems a weird title as they were HD already. It could have Arkham Origins too.

    • Gareth Andrews says:

      Good catch. GTA on the brain I guess. I figure its going to be called the HD collection because HD implies better graphics. Not sure that the original games were built to a full HD quality, could be wrong on that. I’ve not seen anything about Arkham Origins, may I ask where you’ve heard that?

      • VampireDuck says:

        Sorry, I meant it SHOULD, be included. It was a different developer, but that should be easier than the fact Arkham Asylum was originally Square Enix. Just seems it would be a more complete package.

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