According to a report earlier this month, it had been revealed that the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight video game had been delayed to 2015. The game was originally meant to be released later this year but apparently the studio felt that they needed more time to polish the game in order to make it the best release possible.
The delay was applied across the board, meaning that it was delayed for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the PC version too. Now unfortunately the developers did not mention when exactly in 2015 could we expect the game. Could it be early 2015? Later in the year? End of the year (we hope not)? Well according to Microsoft, it seems that we can expect the game on the 24th of February 2015.
This is according to a screengrab by the folks at the NeoGAF forum and at this time of posting, it looks like Microsoft has not bothered to correct themselves as the listing is still up there with its date revealed in full. This seems to apply to the Xbox One and PC version of the game, no word on whether the PS4 could have received the same release date as well.
Of course there is a chance that the date is correct and Microsoft decided to leave it up there since it has already been revealed. Alternatively the date could simply be a placeholder and Microsoft sees no reason to amend it, at least not now. In any case we suggest you not get your hopes up just yet, but we’ll be keeping our eyes and ears peeled for more information regarding Batman: Arkham Knight’s release.
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