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Batman Arkham Asylum  PC version delayed

Batman Arkham Asylum PC version delayed

Batman Arkham Asylum has been delayed until September 15th for the US and September the 18th for Europe. Warner Bros. and Eidos have revealed that they are pushing it back in order to make use of PhysX technology in the game.

“Supporting NVIDIA PhysX technology has allowed us to add that little bit extra to the PC version of the game,” explained director Sefton Hill. “As Batman interacts with the world, the aging asylum creates a more immersive, believable world.”

Its not all bad news however as the added PhysX support will allow for a whole new level of detail and atmosphere in the game.

“With PhysX technology enabled, players can explore darkened corridors packed with volumetric fog which reacts to Batman’s movement and cobwebs which tear with his passing. Combat becomes a maelstrom of motion as office papers are thrown into the air alongside soda cans and litter as Batman lands each punch upon The Joker’s henchmen. Throughout the game, the decaying gothic architecture is realized to an incredible detail with wall tiles chipping and breaking, stone pillars crumbling upon impact, and particles from breaking glass and debris shattering and falling down around Batman’s feet.”

You will be glad to hear that the downloadable demo is still out for release tomorrow while the release date for full game on the Xbox 360 and PS3 is still the 25th August.

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