Batman: Arkham City

Global Total as of 30th Sep 2017 (units): 0.52m
Platform: Microsoft WindowsAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U
Developer: Rocksteady Studios Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.16m 30.7%
+ Europe: 0.28m 54.0%
+ Rest of the World: 0.08m 15.3%
= Global 0.52m

Release History

Batman: Arkham City Warner Bros. Interactive EntertainmentNorth America22nd November 2011Retail
Batman: Arkham City Warner Bros. Interactive EntertainmentEurope25th November 2011Retail

Game Overview

Batman: Arkham City is a third-person action-adventure game developed by Rocksteady Studios and released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, and Wii U. It is the second game in the Batman: Arkham franchise, proceeded by Batman: Arkham Asylum.

The story follows masked vigilante Batman aka Bruce Wayne as he fights off Gotham City's worst criminals, years after the events of Batman: Arkham Asylum. Mayor Quincy Sharp, under the influence of Hugo Strange, has declared Arkham Asylum no longer suitable for the criminals, instead giving them free reign of a guarded section of the city. Batman needs to watch over the city while also keeping his arch enemy, Joker, in check.

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Kindro (on 30 March 2013)
This could have been a great game, if it
wasn't a barely working DRM infested
piece of shit...
Ganoncrotch (on 05 August 2012)
Find it rather funny that Nilli person
ranting that the best thing about
console gaming is that you can sell your
games? there was a law past in the EU
now that demands that digital content
can be sold on, and any distribution
network ie steam has to accommodate
people who want to sell on their
licenses to play their games, ie sell on
digital download copies.

On top of
that I would hope you find more
enjoyable things to do with your
games... than sell them.
ManciuD (on 18 March 2012)
Mr Puggsly@ i dont think is sold over 1
mil with digital sales
only 2 weeks it
was on top 10 steam and.....thats not
keep in mind that the witcher 2
sold 300k so far on steam and that one
stayed for a while on top 10 steam
unlike arkham city
Mr Puggsly (on 27 February 2012)
Not bad, over 300K in physical sales. I
wouldn't be surprised if digital sales
gets it over a million. I played it via
OnLive, solid game.
clos3 (on 06 January 2012)
LOL @ nilli, 340k copies osld is a lot
of extra money for the dev who are going
to give tha tmoney to bonuses to go on
vacation haha, so see nilli, sales are
fine. Where are you nilli? you are gone
from the skyrim page, or swtor page, oh
maybe cause they sold relaly well and
now you have nothing to say anymore.
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