Last month, something odd happened in the streets of Gotham. With no prior announcement or fanfare, people booting up Batman: Arkham Knight were greeted with a skin from 2022’s The Batman starring Robert Pattinson. But then, as quickly as it appeared, it was removed, all without comment from the developers. While we still don’t know exactly why the skin was added accidentally, we know exactly why it was created: it’s a timed-exclusive suit launching with the Batman: Arkham Trilogy on Switch.
The collection brings Rocksteady’s beloved trio of Batman games to Nintendo’s hybrid console, complete with all previously released DLC. The trilogy will also include the aforementioned suit from The Batman, but it won’t be limited to the Switch forever – other platforms will get access to the suit “at a later date.”
Game Informer, much like the rest of the gaming community, is a big fan of the trilogy, with all three games appearing on our list of best superhero games of all time. While it’s been eight years since the last game, Rocksteady has been hard at work ever since working on Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, which is set to come out on February 2, 2024. If you want to stick to the classics, Batman: Arkham Trilogy launches this Friday, December 1.