Oh, here we go.

After the leak and official trailer a few weeks back, Batman: Return to Arkham appears to have vanished from release schedules.

The original date was set for July 26th of this year, however, the release has been pulled due to the developers needing ‘extra time [that] will allow the team to create the best gaming experience for our fans.’

Looks like the sexualisation of the only other female in the franchise is still a priority.

Looks like the sexualisation of the only playable female character in the franchise is still a priority.

The game’s initial leak was over a year ago, and is still being delayed. This will be the second delayed title from Rocksteady in the last two years. A company member interacted with the fan-base via the WB forums, and said the delay was to give Virtuous Games more time in the development process.

The first two games are said to be upgraded graphically using Unreal Engine 4. Which everyone seems to be using today.

Virtuous have upgraded titles before, including David Cage’s Heavy Rain and even worked on Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. They even helped with some of the assets for The Force Awakens.

The Unreal Engine has been used by countless games, and is often the standard when it comes to the modern norm.

The Unreal Engine has been used by countless games, and is often the standard when it comes to the modern norm.

This is obviously marketed to console gamers, as PC gamers (like myself) will already have this experience.

Apart from Arkham Knight. Which is apparently playable now.

After more than a year of waiting.

You can finally jump in the Bat-Mobile without the game crashing or turning into a slide show.

So excuse me if I’m sceptical.