It’s a little ridiculous that, nearly seven years into the Nintendo Switch’s life, we’ve still not seen Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham trilogy release for the platform. Better late than never though, because that will be changing soon. In June, WB Games announced that Batman: Arkham Trilogy would be coming to the Switch this Fall, and now, a specific release date has been announced.
Taking to Twitter, Rocksteady has announced that Batman: Arkham Trilogy will be launching for the Nintendo Switch on October 13- you know, because October wasn’t packed enough with major releases as it is.
As was the case with Arkham Trilogy when it launched for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, WB Games Montreal-developed Arkham Origins won’t be included, much to the dismay of the prequel’s fans- though those looking to dive into the Rocksteady trilogy on the go are going to finally have that option at long last.
Experience Gotham City in a whole new way when the #ArkhamTrilogy comes to Nintendo Switch on October 13th!
Special thanks to @cjwardart for this amazing piece celebrating our Dark Knight 🦇 pic.twitter.com/S8mQ249CHl
— Rocksteady Studios (@RocksteadyGames) August 15, 2023