The U.S. Microsoft Store lists the release date for Rocksteady Studio's Batman: Arkham Knight on Xbox One as Feb. 24 2015.
Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment originally said that the game was slated to launch in fall this year on Windows PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. According to a trailer released for the game during E3, the title is now delayed until 2015.
According to Kevin Conroy earlier this month, the voice of Batman in the game, Batman: Arkham Knight is coming out next January.
"I have a massive game you may have heard of called Arkham Knight," Conroy said, speaking to Groovey.TV at the Denver Comic-Con last week. "It was supposed to come out in January, we've been working on it for a year and a half, it's still not done. So it's going to come out next January, but I know everyone is frustrated. The reason it's been delayed is because it's so awesome."
Batman: Arkham Knight introduces a new villain for Batman to go up against, the Arkham Knight, along with familiar characters such as Scarecrow, Penguin and Harley Quinn. You can find out more about the game and how it lets players get cosy with the Batmobile, in our recent hands-on with the game.
We've reached out to Microsoft representatives for clarification about the listing and will update this story accordingly.
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