Batman: Arkham Knight may be released on February 24 next year, at least if a listing by Microsoft is anything to go by.
The Xbox One creator may have revealed the new release for the final chapter in Rocksteady's series slightly prematurely following its delay earlier this month.
While it could just be a placeholder date, those are usually positioned at the end of a quarter. Until Warner Bros. decides to announce anything officially however, there's no guarantee it's legit. If it is, then this means it'll be out on the same day as The Witcher 3, which would certainly be an interesting decision for Warner to make.
A range of villains have already been confirmed for the title, including Riddler, Penguin and Two-Face. We also know Harley Quinn is set to appear in the upcoming climactic chapter to the Arkham series, and pre-ordering will let you play as her. Kevin Conroy is confirmed to return as Batman, while Troy Baker has strongly hinted he'll once again lend his pipes to voicing Two-Face.
For our latest impressions on the game, check out what we were left thinking when Rocksteady gave us the keys to the Dark Knight's wheels.
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