The PC version of Batman: Arkham City will be released one month from now, on 18th November 2011.

Warner Bros. confirmed the date via a press release today.

The PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of Batman: Arkham City will be available this Friday.

Rocksteady told Eurogamer the PC version of Batman: Arkham City will be worth the wait, promising detail textures and "a more richly realised world".

Eurogamer's Batman: Arkham City review awarded 9/10.

"First they gave us a hero; now they've given us his ideal playground," wrote Christian Donlan. "And along the way, they crossed off one of the trickiest entries on my own personal to-do list: an entry that's right there in between Meet Ty Pennington and Finish that Robert Musil book.

"Become Batman. Done."

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