Batman - The Telltale Series Coming to Nintendo Switch this November
Author: Sam Tree | Posted: 9 November 2017, 15:39

Telltale has announced the first season of their episode take on the Caped Crusader will be coming to the Nintendo Switch later this month as both a physical copy and digital download.

Announced today, Batman – The Telltale Series will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on the 14th of November in North America and the 17th of November for Europe. The game will be released as both a physical release and digital download, costing $39.99 (according to retailer GAME in the UK, this will be around £34.99) and will contain all five episodes.

“This will be Telltale’s first Mature-rated title on the system, so we’re really excited not only to have our game on Switch but also to approach a new audience with a game we’re really proud of,” said Executive Producer Sean O’Connor. “We think our unique take on Batman is a great way to introduce Nintendo fans to Telltale’s style of storytelling. It’s also nice that returning fans will be able to experience the game on a console they can take with them everywhere.”

Rendered to look like a comic book, Telltale’s Batman is full of award winning voice tallent, including Troy Baker (Joel, The Last of Us) as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Travis Willingham (Knuckles, Sonic Forces) as Harvey Dent, Laura Bailey as Selina Kyle (Nadine Ross, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy) and so many more.

Batman – The Telltale Series is due for release on the 14th of November in North America and on the 17th of November in Europe. Let us know if you plan to pick up a copy for your Switch in the comments below.


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