Batman Arkham VR Available On PC Starting April 25th, Releasing For HTC Vive And Oculus Rift

Batman Arkham VR is an amazing experience but it is too bad that it was only available on PSVR, not anymore though.

Batman Arkham VR will be coming out on PC as well and you will be able to play the game if you own an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.

The game will be available starting April 25th. This will be your chance to experience what it is like to be the dark knight. For the first time owners of other VR headsets will be able to experience the game as well.

According to Warner Bros:

PC players now have the opportunity to experience Gotham City through the eyes of the World’s Greatest Detective, and delve deep into a tense Batman: Arkham mystery.

Enter a virtual reality world where you must think like Batman and utilize his legendary gadgets, unraveling a plot that threatens the lives of his closest allies.

You can check out the PC announcement trailer for Batman Arkham VR below:


Batman Arkham VR is a great game to check out if you are a VR enthusiast but one thing that you should know before you jump in is that this is not an action packed game. It is more detective work rather than action.

The lack of action in the game might be a bummer for some people but that does not mean that the game is not worth it. Sure you will not want to play this game over and over but then again who doesn’t want to be the Batman? Something that sells on it’s own.

If will be interesting to see how the PC version of Batman Arkham VR will compare to the console version. PCs will be capable of performing better but it will be up to the developers of the game to decide whether or not they want to take advantage of that power.

Batman Arkham VR

There is no word about graphics or performance as of right now but looking at how soon the game is coming out we will let you know soon enough.

Let us know what you think about Batman Arkham VR coming to PC and whether or not you are excited about playing the game.

Sarmad is our Senior Editor, and is also one of the more refined and cultured among us. He's 25, a finance major, and having the time of his life writing about videogames.