Telltale's first season of Batman episodes launches for Nintendo Switch next Friday, 17th November.
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UPDATE 24/08/2017 4.57pm: Nintendo itself has confirmed in its latest tweet that Guardians of the Galaxy and Batman are Switch-bound. So far this only appears on the Nintendo of America Twitter account, but it seems likely European version will arrive as well.
The latest Humble Bundle is Telltale Games themed with almost every title the studio has developed available for a mere $15 (about £11.50). That's a $275 value! Plus the proceeds go to charity.
The fifth and final episode in Telltale's Batman series (or at least its first season), Season of Light, will be out on 13th December for PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360, along with iOS and Android devices.
Batman - The Telltale Series will receive its fourth episode, Guardian of Gotham, on 22nd November for all platforms (PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, iOS and Android).
Telltale's Batman series will receive its third episode, New World Order, on 25th October for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Other platforms will follow at a later date, to be announced.
This third episode will focus on Penguin's reign of terror, Selina Kyle's relationship with Bats, and Harvey Dent's split personality.
Telltale's Batman series will continue with its second episode, Children of Arkham, on 20th September.
That date applies to the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One editions of the game. Release dates for other platforms will be announced shortly.
We're also nearing the release date of the series' physical version, which will arrive on disc in Europe on 16th September.
UPDATE 4th August 2016: Telltale's released a patch for the PC version of its new Batman series that should go some way to improving performance.
In an update, Telltale said many of the issues reported by players are to do with the game running on integrated graphics cards, rather than dedicated, or were the result of out of date drivers.
This new patch automatically defaults the game to run on dedicated graphics cards, and adds graphics settings to enable higher performance textures or higher quality textures. Telltale advised players check their drivers are up to date before running the game.
Editor's note: The first episode of Telltale's Batman is out today on PC, PS4, Xbox One, X360, PS3 and mobile. We'll be looking to give you a full review once all episodes have been released, and for now here's our take on the series' opening.
Telltale Games' upcoming Batman series will premiere an all new multiplayer function in which groups of players can vote on choices.
Telltale's Batman series begins on 2nd August with its first episode Realm of Shadows. It will be available on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, Mac, iOS and Android.
A physical retail release will be available on 16th September in Europe (and 13th September in North America) that will include the first episode along with a download key for the remainder of the season.
Telltale's Batman stars Tales From the Borderlands leads Troy Baker and Laura Bailey as Bruce Wayne/Batman and Selina Kyle respectively. The rest of the cast includes Travis Willingham as Harvey Dent, Erin Yvette as Vicki Vale, Enn Reitel as Alfred Pennyworth, Murphy Guyer as Lieutenant James Gordon, and Richard McGonagle as Carmine Falcone.
Telltale's upcoming Batman series arrives for download this August.
It's the first time Warner has been involved with a Telltale game - and this agreement also covers The Walking Dead's upcoming third season, due later this year.
Batman will also launch on a Season Pass disc for PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on 16th September. This contains the first five episodes, with the remaining four then available for download.
Telltale Games has revealed the first four screenshots of its upcoming Batman series due later this summer.
Telltale Game's upcoming Batman series will debut this summer, the studio announced at a SXSW panel today.
Episodic adventure game studio Telltale Games is making a Batman series.