Batman Arkham Knight’s New Release Date Announced

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Batman Arkham Knight Release Date

Batman: Arkham Knight’s release date has been in question ever since the game has been announced with the game originally set for October but then being delayed. It appears it’s been delayed again from its release date of June 2nd.

Don’t fret Batman fans, the delay isn’t that long! Batman: Arkham Knight set to release June 23rd of this year according to the Batman Arkham twitter page. This is complete with artwork from Warner Bros. and Rocksteady Studios themselves to reflect the new release date. This delay may perhaps be to get Arkham Knight to come out after E3 to give the game one last bit of buzz at a select press conference before it releases. On paper (and probably in execution) that is a smarter idea because any extra publicity a game can get is always a plus.

Batman: Arkham Knight is the 3rd game in the Batman Arkham series and it’s heading to the Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC. Sound off in the comments if you’ll be driving that oh so overly marketed Batmobile this summer in Batman’s latest outing, Batman: Arkham Knight. It leaves the Bat Cave this June!

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