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Batman Arkham City: PC release date riddle solved

By now many of you will have been enjoying gliding through the skies as the Dark Knight in the latest game, Batman: Arkham City, many of you except the PC gamers that is. This is because the release of the game on the PC has been delayed on more than one occasion. After being scheduled for a November 18th release, news that it is to be delayed once more has emerged.

The game was released on both the Xbox 360 and the PS3 consoles last month, at the time an exact release date for the PC version was still unclear. Now the publisher, Warner Bros. has come out and confirmed the different dates for different parts of the world, finally solving the PC release date riddle once and for all. We were able to find out the exact dates thanks to VG24/7.

North Americans will be the first to get the PC version of the game, which will be available on November 22nd. Those of you in the UK will have to wait a little while longer as it is not available here or in other counties in Europe until November 25th. The French get it a day earlier than the rest of Europe on November 24th and those in Australia can expect the game to be available November 23rd. Steam also confirmed that they would not have the PC version of the game available until November 22nd, backing up the new delays.

If you are still unsure whether or not you will be purchasing the game, on any platform, check out the news of the reviews we have brought you, they might just be enough to help you decide. What platform will you be getting the game on? If you have already played it what do you think of it?

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Written by Chris Cook

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