The Wii U and physical PC versions of Batman: Arkham Origins have been delayed by a fortnight in Europe.
Warner Bros. has confirmed to CVG that they'll now launch on November 8, two weeks after the Batman: Arkham Origins release date of October 25 on Xbox 360, PS3 and on PC digitally.
The Vita version of Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate will launch as planned on October 25 in the UK, but the 3DS version has also been delayed by two weeks to November 8.
In early October, Warner announced a Batman: Arkham Origins season pass. Available on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and PC, it will contain five of the game's upcoming DLC packs for a one off payment of £15.99, compared to £27.99 when the content is bought individually.
One of the pieces of DLC is "an all-new story campaign," while another lets players step into the shoes of Bruce Wayne before he became Batman and "face his final test to prove himself worthy to his greatest teacher, Kirigi".
We recently went hands-on with Batman: Arkham Origins and spoke to Ben Mattes, senior producer at WB Montreal, to find out more about the game.