Three games are traditionally included in the collection, as is customary. Collection of Batman’s Arkham Asylum A recent listing from a shop who has already leaked several other high-profile games suggests that the Nintendo Switch may be on its way.
In 2018, the French retailer and distributor WT&T indirectly confirmed the existence of The Witcher 3 on the Nintendo Switch, as previously reported. Another listing for Batman: Arkham Collection has appeared on the website of the same source, which indicates that the game will be released on the Nintendo Switch on August 31st (assuming it isn’t a placeholder) in the near future. Announcing it during E3 and then releasing it a few months later seems like the ideal situation. If a large anticipated AAA game is delayed, this is excellent ammunition for cushioning the impact.
Remember that the Arkham Collection is already available on numerous platforms (PC, PS3, Xbox), and it comprises of three games: Arkham Asylum, Arkham City, and Arkham Knight (in addition to “all post-launch additions”). The core “Rockstar trilogy” is presented, with the prequel, Origins, being skipped over completely.
It’s reasonable to believe this because Batman: Arkham Collection Switch isn’t a major leap of faith. Isn’t it strange that Arkham City, but not Arkham Asylum or Arkham Knight, was published on a Nintendo platform (the Wii U) instead? Origins are important, as is the history of the species. For the first time, Asylum and Knight would be made available on a Nintendo handheld system.