Batman Arkham City: Release Date for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC

By Jamie Pert - Aug 5, 2010

Warner Bros has announced that the highly anticipated sequel to last year’s Batman Arkham Asylum, It’s going to be called Batman Arkham City and will be coming to PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360 in fall 2011.

Almost a year ago, Batman Arkham Asylum launched to claim millions in sales, therefore there are high hopes for Arkham City.

According to Warner Bros., Arkham City “draws together a new all-star cast of classic characters and murderous villains from the Batman universe, as well as a vast range of new and enhanced gameplay features to deliver the ultimate experience as Batman himself”.

We’re sure to find out more about Batman Arkham City soon, when we do rest assured you will be the first to know about it. If you would like to find out more in go over to the official website.

What do you expect from Batman Arkham City?

Source: JoyStiq

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  • if the first one was awesome,this one will kick the hell out of me…Plz developers,speed things up with the release or send the demo version so we can have a taste of what’s to come… 🙂

  • durki :)

    realease: 10/18/2011

  • nnm

    october 3rd is official date


    i can no wait for batman to come out is someone know's when it is coming out plz post a comment. thanks

  • coler

    i cant wait until arkahm city comes out

  • thedude

    It probably will be worth the wait just cuz batman is that great

  • Amy

    between september and november.
    hopefully its worth the wait!

  • PS3Gamer

    Why can't it be sooner?? Like March or something.. I need to buy Uncharted 3 in November already !!

  • topher

    Most likely right before thanksgiving for Christmas shopping.

  • someone

    September-November sometime

  • Ross Courvoss

    what does "in the fall" mean??? some of us are english and dont understand american language!! thanks

    • Anonymous

      in the fall means Autumn, or after winter.

      • Sayleus53

        You mean before winter. Autumn comes before winter.

        • Odb

          Yes before winter

    • Anonymous

      I think if you look at your History, you'll find that when America declared independence from England, both the English and the Americans used 'Fall' to denote 'Autumn', and it was after the declaration that the English began to use 'Autumn'.

      • Matt Videll

        Nice,I found ur comment really funny 🙂