Entries in 'Batman: Arkham Knight' (24)
Rocksteady’s first attempt at fixing the troubled PC version of Batman Arkham Knight is now live, but users have been warned to expect a long wait until the title is ...
Any potential updates to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Batman Arkham Knight have been put on hold while the team tries to fix the broken PC release.
The suspension of Batman Arkham Knight on PC is not being limited to the digital market.
Batman Arkham Knight has been removed from sale on Steam as a response to the growing disquiet surrounding the title.
Retailer Green Man Gaming has said that it will give PC gamers their money back if Batman Arkham Knight isn’t fixed.
The Steam user reviews for Batman Arkham Knight will make for some hard reading for publisher Warner Bros this morning.
There’s yet another problem with one of the special edition versions of Batman: Arkham Knight.
High Street retailer GAME has detailed a series of midnight events planned for the launches of Batman: Arkham Knight and The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited.
Warner Bros has, three months ahead of the game’s release, announced that the Batman: Arkham Knight season pass will cost £32.99.
Leading UK retailers insist there remains a demand for PC games on the High Street.
A Batman-themed PS4 console will arrive alongside Warner Bros’ Batman: Arkham Knight in June.
Warner Bros has confirmed that the PC version of the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight will not be released in a box in the UK.
Batman: Arkham Knight will be a digital-only release on PC, retailer ShopTo has said.
Warner’s upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight looks to be the most violent in the series to date.
Accessories firm A4T has partnered up with Warner Bros to produce peripherals and merchandise based on the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight.
Batman: Arkham Knight, No Man’s Sky, Fable Legends, Total War: Attila and Tearaway Unfolded have been named alongside Star War, Avengers, James Bond, Downton Abbey, Coldplay and Rita Ora as ...
The Caped Crusader could be returning sooner than expected.
If any series looks set to demonstrate the step up from current to next-gen, it’s Batman.
Sony has announced it has signed ANOTHER exclusive content deal, this time with Warner Bros for Batman: Arkham Knight.
Rocksteady has said that Batman: Arkham Knight will not be released in late 2014 a previously stated.
The next instalment in the Arkham series will be a significant overhaul for the Caped Crusader.
The next instalment in the popular Arkham series has been named.