Warner Bros Interactive will not be producing physical copies of Batman: Arkham Knight's PC version according to retailer ShopTo.net. The digital-only PC release is still set for 23 June alongside console versions.
ShopTo's editor Joe Anderson tweeted that the game is no longer being released on disc, later clarifying to a fan that he was informed of the news by the game's suppliers. Meanwhile, physical copies of the PC release are still being listed on Amazon and GAME.
Developers Rocksteady Studios' recently announced that the game would be delayed a second time until late June. Last year the game shifted eight months from its original October 2014 release, and has now slipped a further three weeks.
Arkham Knight is set to be Rocksteady's final Batman game and the end of their trilogy, which began with Akrham Asylum in 2009 and Arkham City in 2011. A prequel spin-off Arkham Origins was released in 2013, developed by Warner Bros Interactive's Montreal studio.
Rocksteady has introduced the Batmobile into gameplay for the first time with the game, which will aid Batman as he takes on The Scarecrow and the titular Arkham Knight, a new character of Rocksteady's own design.