Batman: Arkham Origins might be closing in on a year old at this point, but there's still plenty of people - myself included - who haven't played through it. To encourage those people to step into Batman's first set of boots, it looks like the developers are releasing a Complete Edition, featuring all eight DLC story and content packs.
While there's been no official confirmation as of yet, a listing for the game appeared yesterday on the German Amazon site, showing box art, a price of 40 euros $55 and that it will be released on August 21 for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.
Extra content expected to be included from all the previously available digital downloads, includes several challenge packs, a bunch of extra skins from two different content packs and some extra stories, including one that sees Batman take on Mr Freeze and a flashback to Bruce Wayne's earliest days learning his combat techniques.
While not quite as well reviewed as the previous two entries in the series (the blame of which was placed at the feet of the new developer, Warner Bros Montreal), Batman Arkham Origins was still well received, but was cited as not breaking from the formula enough to really stand out.
With the original creators of Asylum and City, Rocksteady games, returning for the fourth and final game in this Batman series, chances are the next entry will be of a higher calibre.
In the mean time, we have a Complete Edition to enjoy.