Experience Gotham City through the eyes of the World’s Greatest Detective in an all new Arkham mystery.
Batman: Arkham VR is an adventure game developed by Rocksteady Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Become the world’s greatest detective and explore places such as Wayne Manor and the Batcave as you battle in a brand new and personal story set in Rocksteady’s classic Arkham universe. Your quest to clean up Gotham has only just begun – and now it’s even more terrifying than it’s ever been. Batman: Arkham VR lets you become the Dark Knight in a virtual reality recreation of the DC’s hero’s more iconic locations.
|Release Date: 25 April, 2017|
Developer: Rocksteady Studios
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Genre: Adventure, Virtual Reality
Batman: Arkham VR
Notice: Requires a virtual reality headset.
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 10
- Batman: Arkham VR immerses you in the Dark Knight’s Universe and redefines what it means to be the Batman.
- One hour storyline that acts as prequel to Arkham Knight
- One of the most polished and immersive games on the Virtual Reality
- Two investigation scenes with a couple of puzzles which utilize the gadgets of Batman
- Think like Batman. Utilize his legendary gadgets in Virtual Reality to unravel a plot that threatens the lives of Batman’s closest allies.
- Unreal Engine 4 graphics provide life like character model and environments
- Experience Gotham City through the eyes of the World’s Greatest Detective in an all new Arkham mystery.
- Additional content includes Batarang target practice and Riddler Challenges
Batman: Arkham VR Trailer
Batman: Arkham VR Review
Batman™: Arkham VR is one of the best experiences to introduce someone to Virtual Reality. However it's not really a game so much as a neat VR experience set in the Arkham universe. Experience Gotham City through the eyes of the World's Greatest Detective in an all new Arkham mystery. You really feel like you're in Gotham, and throwing the Batterang is incredibly fun. There's some replay-ability solving new puzzles after completing it for the first time. If you are approaching the game as a cinematic experience with high quality production values for around the same cost as a 3D cinema ticket, you will not be disappointed with Arkham VR. Great things can happen for VR if developers learn from this game.