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Batman: Return to Arkham coming to PS4 and Xbox One

20 May 16

Warner Bros. has announced that it will be releasing Batman: Return to Arkham for PS4 and Xbox One. You get two games in one.

Batman: Return to Arkham includes Arkham Asylum and Arkham City and both games have been remastered in Unreal Engine 4. Not to mention both games will include all of the previously released DLC packs. It's worth mentioning Arkham Origins is not included in this package. 

The games have been remastered by developer Virtuos and they feature improved graphics, better looking character models and environments and more realistic lighting. 

Batman: Return to Arkham releases on July 27th, 2016 and has a recommended retail price of $79.95NZD

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