Looks like Batman The Enemy Within is headed to Switch

Thanks to the German Ratings Board, it looks as though a release for Batman The Enemy Within Switch has been confirmed.

The USK rating of the game was completed in April and lists Telltale as the publisher. 

Batman The Telltale Series was released for Switch on November 18, 2017, so it’s not too much of a stretch to think that Batman The Enemy Within Switch would also be released.

Batman The Enemy Within Switch

Batman The Enemy Within recently wrapped up its five-episode season with a brilliant portrayal of the creation of the Joker. The second season was released for PC, PS4 and Xbox One simultaneously as well as for iOS and Android.

A version for Switch wasn’t included in the original release line-up, but with the German rating, it now appears we simply need to play the waiting game.

Batman The Enemy Within Switch would be another great game to add to the Switch’s library, especially for those players who played Batman The Telltale Series on Nintendo’s console.

A release date has not yet been announced, but we’ll be sure and let you know when it is. 

Leo Stevenson
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