Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City are two of the most acclaimed superhero games on Xbox 360. They're phenomenal not only due to their story, but also due to their combat mechanics and detailed open worlds. A few years ago, both experiences were remastered for Xbox One. Since then, many gamers have been asking Warner Bros. to upgrade them for Xbox One X.
Batman: Arkham Asylum pits Batman against the Joker and other villains who are locked up inside Arkham Asylum. Due to a riot, a lot of these characters escape their cells and it's up to Batman to restore order. Batman: Arkham City expands the playground to a large section of Gotham City. Batman: Return to Arkham contains both of these games.
Today, Xbox Live's Director of Programming Larry Hryb announced that the Batman: Return to Arkham collection was Xbox One X Enhanced. We've been testing out the updates for a few hours and you can definitely see the difference. The resolution seems to be higher and the frame is much smoother. Hopefully the publisher will detail the changes soon.
Currently, Return to Arkham is available for roughly $20 at retailers like Amazon and the Microsoft Store. If you love Batman — or superhero games in general — be sure to give this collection a go. While the titles may be a little dated, they're still a lot of fun to play.
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