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Batman: Arkham Collection for Nintendo Switch Leaked by French Retailer

A new collection called the Batman Arkham Collection has been listed by a French Retailer for Nintendo Switch.

A French retailer may have leaked the existence of a Nintendo Switch version of Batman Arkham Collection, a collection of the three Arkham games developed by Rocksteady. Check out the price of the Batman Arkham games coming to the hybrid console of the Big N.

Batman: Arkham Collection Leaked for Nintendo Switch

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On the website of the WTT French retailer you can find a product page of which, however, there is not much information given. We only know, in fact, that the collection will cost €59.99: while there is a release date set for August 31, 2022, it is very likely a placeholder that does not represent the true launch date.

Although this is a simple rumor to be taken with due caution, it should be noted that WTT had previously leaked the existence of the Nintendo Switch port of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, later announced by CD Projekt Red.

The Batman Arkham Collection arrived on consoles and PC in 2018 and includes Rocksteady’s three Arkham games: Arkham Asylum, Arkham City, and Arkham Knight. For the uninitiated, Arkham City is the only title in the series available on a Nintendo console, the Wii U.

All this indicates that Warner Bros. is thinking to bring the three old Batman games to the hybrid console of the Big N, however, we simply have to wait for any official announcements. This news has not been confirmed nor denied by Warner Bros. yet, so we invite you to take everything reported here with a grain of salt and take this news as a rumor.

In addition, according to insider information, a new Nintendo Direct presentation is scheduled to take place this month. So, it could be possible that the announcement of the Batman Arkham games may take place in the same event.

Rocksteady’s next game, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, would be delayed to 2023 according to a Bloomberg report. However, official information from the publisher is still pending, but given the track record of the Bloomberg reporter, Jason Schreier, the confirmation about the Suicide Squad game will be made soon.