'Batman Arkham' Update: Fans Can Now Have 'Batman: Arkham Knight' For 75 percent Off; 'Batman: Arkham Knight' On Nintendo Switch
It's been a couple of decade since the last opening in the Arkham series of Batman games as some reviewer claimed that it's not quite as good as the older ones. However, it's certainly still worth a look and especially worth considering today, as fans can get a 75 percent off over at Bundle Stars.
"Batman: Arkham Knight" Have Now 75 Percent Off
The final chapter of the Arkham series introduced a large emphasis on the Batmobile for the first time. However, it's still the feeling that fans get from just being Batman in these games that are the main draw.
Thankfully, the performance issues the PC version faced in the past seem to be mostly long gone now. According to PC Gamers, While fans can get a 75 percent off the base price at Bundle Stars, they can also get an extra 5 percent off that when they enter the code RED5 as this deal is disappearing into the darkness tomorrow though.
Developer n 'Batman: Arkham Knight' To Work On The Nintendo Switch
A developer with the Rainway App team by the name of Andrew Sampson has managed to do the unthinkable. Isports Times reported that he's gotten a trio of blockbuster hits to work on hardware that it was never intentionally developed for.
He's posted three different tweets that show "Batman: Arkham Knight", "NieR: Automata" and "The Witcher III: Wild Hunt" up and running on the system.
"Well, up and running isn't entirely the proper term. You won't see these games running at the same resolution as they would on a PlayStation 4. But the fact they're operating to some extent is really something, and shows off the technical prowess of what the Rainway app may be capable of," said developer
In the 15 second video, Sampson showed off the latest Batman game, "Arkham Knight" running on the Nintendo Switch. There is a noticeably smaller frame rate with the clip, but everything else, including the modeling and lighting, appears to be spot on.
Hence, keep in mind, this is work done through an app and not something that was programmed directly for the system. It's a very impressive piece of work and has us wondering just how well actual gameplay would run.
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