Batman: Arkham Knight Delayed For Linux Until Next Spring
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 28 October 2015 at 02:03 PM EDT. 49 Comments
LINUX GAMING --
While Batman: Arkham Knight was promoted as coming to SteamOS, Linux, and Mac in "Fall 2015", it turns out that this game won't be out in time for the Steam Machines. Batman: Arkham Knight has been delayed.

Feral Interactive announced today that Batman: Arkham Knight will be available now for Mac, Linux, and SteamOS in "Spring 2016" rather than this year.

They announced the delay in a brief statement Feral emailed over where they stated, "This is due to extra development time needed to ensure good performance and wide-ranging support for OS X, Linux and SteamOS."

Batman: Arkham Knight was released for Windows back in June and currently retails for $49.99 USD via the Steam Store. This action-adventure game is powered by Unreal Engine 3.
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