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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:27pm 07/09/16 | 2 Comments
After the initial launch date of July 29 was missed to ensure that the end product was a polished Batman experience. Combining remastered editions of both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City for PS4 and Xbox One, Batman: Return to Arkham sees both games remade using Unreal Engine 4. And now with a new release date of October 21, we've also got a new video showcasing the visual differences between the PS3 originals and the PS4 remasters.

And from what we can tell, the major changes seem to be an overall improvement in stuff like lighting, shadows, and textures.

For those that haven't played either title this would be a great way to get in on developer Rocksteady's classics, but note that the physical edition of Batman: Return to Arkham is exclusive to EB Games in Australia.

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Posted 10:29pm 07/9/16
It will be worth waiting for this game
Posted 11:46am 08/9/16
I dont know :S I only finished both of these games last year on xbox 360 (had them for ages, never played them). I also have both of them on PC, where i have a GTX 1070 (and GOTY versions). Will I see much improvement over the PC versions at max detail? I'm thinking no?
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