Batman: Arkham Trilogy for the Nintendo Switch has been delayed until December

In a bit of upsetting news, the release for the highly-anticipated collection Batman: Arkham Trilogy for the Nintendo Switch has been pushed back. The game will now release on December 1, 2023, so while it’s just a few months delay, it’s still a bummer for anyone waiting to play these classic games all in one place.

There’s good news, though: pre-orders are now open, so you can ensure that you get your copy the minute it’s released. Collecting the games Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, and Batman: Arkham Knight, this would make a fantastic gift for the Christmas season for any gamers in your life who love Batman, or the perfect opportunity to play these terrific games if you missed out the first time around.

In addition to the games, the bundle also comes with all DLC, so presumably that means you can swing around Arkham City as Batman Beyond, battle against Arkham Knight as the classic Adam West Batman, and take down goons as Robin and Nightwing when you need a break from the main missions. Batman: Arkham Origins is unfortunately not included, but understandably so as it was developed by WB Games Montreal and not Rocksteady, like the rest of the series. Still, three great games for sixty bucks is a pretty good deal.