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Batman: Arkham Trilogy for Nintendo Switch is delayed until December

The Batman Arkham Trilogy release date on Nintendo Switch is imminent as it's due to arrive on the platform later this year - it's time to be vengence.

Thanks to the recent Nintendo Direct, we know that there is indeed a Batman: Arkham Collection release date on the horizon for Nintendo Switch. For so long, players lived in hope of joining the Dark Knight in some of his iconic games on the hybrid platform, and now they know they can soon.

Previously only two of the Batman Arkham games have made their way to Nintendo devices, with Batman: Arkham City and Batman: Arkham Origins both being available on the WiiU. Being able to play some of the best Batman stories in recent memory on the go is going to be a fantastic experience.

The collection includes Batman: Arkham Knight, Batman: Arkham City, and Batman: Arkham Knight. That’s right, you get to relive the entire line of Arkham games.

We’re over a decade on from the original release, but if you happen to have missed it, check out the trailer for the Batman: Arkham Collection

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When is the Batman: Arkham Trilogy Switch release date?

Batman: Arkham Trilogy launches on December 1, 2023, for Nintendo Switch. Warner Bros. Games originally set a date for October 13, but recently delayed the game to “bring players the best possible experience on Nintendo Switch.”  The full trilogy is available in one bundle on release day, and you can pre-order it below.

While you wait for the official reveal, have a read through our guide to the best Switch games to make sure you don’t miss a thing on the hybrid system.