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PC Batman: Arkham City Pushed Later in November

Posted on Wednesday, November 9 @ 10:41:55 Eastern by

If you've been holding off on Batman: Arkham City because you want the enhanced graphics and physics in the PC version of the game or if you got a free ticket for the game from Nvidia when you bought that fancy new graphics card, be prepared to wait a little longer.

While originally dated for November 18th, the PC version of Rocksteady's open-world caped-crusader has been pushed four days to Tuesday November 22nd, 2011 in North America. Other regions will have slightly later dates, including the 23rd in Australia, the 24th in France, and the 25th in other Euro territories.

Sorry folks! Batman's been cleaning the walled off prison city on consoles for a while now and the thugs and villains need to recover before their ready for all that mouse clicking.
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