Batman: Arkham Trilogy on Nintendo Switch Receives New Gameplay Ahead of Launch

Developed by Turn Me Up Games, the Switch port launches on December 1st and includes Robert Pattinson’s suit from The Batman.

Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Trilogy is finally coming to Nintendo Switch this week after facing some delays, and a new gameplay trailer is available to showcase all three games. The performance, resolution and graphical quality aren’t too shabby, though we’ll need more extensive comparisons. Check it out below.

The trilogy comprises Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City and Batman: Arkham Knight, their story DLC, costumes, Challenge Packs and more. It’s pretty big, with at least 53 GB of space required for the download. Interestingly, it also includes Robert Pattinson’s suit from The Batman, which went live on the Epic Games Store version of Batman: Arkham Knight before it was removed. Whether this will come to other platforms remains to be seen.

Batman: Arkham Trilogy launches on December 1st for Nintendo Switch and is handled by Turn Me Up Games. The studio also ported It Takes Two and Borderlands Legendary Collection to the platform with solid results.