Batman On PC Is, Yup, Delayed (But Now Has Added PhysX Support)

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The PS3 and 360 versions of Batman: Arkham Asylum will be out later this month. There's a PC version of the game as well. And guess what? It's been delayed.


From now on, when this happens, we're not going to point to other notable multiplatform releases where the PC version was delayed. We may as well point to the times a PC version is not delayed, since they seem to be in the minority.

It'll instead be out on September 15 in the US, and September 18 in Europe. To sweeten the deal, the game will now be supporting Nvidia's PhysX technology. Doesn't sound like much, but the increased level of in-game physics certainly helped add a little something extra to the PC version of Mirror's Edge, so hopefully it makes a difference here as well.

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It should be noted that the PC version of the demo is NOT delayed.

In fact, you can grab it here:


(As far as I know that's the only place that has it up at this moment)

The demo also does include the PhysX support, so you can see for yourself if it's worth the delay...