Batman: The Enemy Within for Mac may or may not be a thing

Published On August 3, 2017 | By Kirk Hiner | Macintosh

Update: August 8, 10:19am EDT – Telltale Games has announced the release of episode one of Batman: The Enemy Within for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The press release also states that, “The series will become available on Mac later this week, and will come to both iOS and Android-based devices in early October.”

It will be if you believe Telltale Games. It won’t be if you believe the people selling it.

Batman The Enemy Within

Batman: The Telltale Series never did see a Mac release. Despite every indication that a Mac version was forthcoming soon after launch for Windows, Steam still lists only a Windows version, and Telltale’s site lists only Windows requirements. Because of this, we at PAG had little faith a Mac version of the sequel—Batman: The Enemy Within—would come our way. As with its predecessor, the Steam page for the game only lists Windows compatibility.

But perhaps there’s hope. Telltale sent out a press release just now promoting the game’s trailer ahead of episode one’s August 8th release, and the compatible platform’s listed are Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Mac.

“…and Mac.” It’s right there in quotes to make it nice and official.

And yet, the official website, Steam, GOG all list on Windows requirements.

So, what’s going on? I don’t know. We have contacted Telltale’s PR department for clarification, and look forward to updating this article with their response. In the meantime, here’s what we’re hoping to see on August 8th.

If it doesn’t come to macOS, you can rest assured that it will hit iOS. Batman: The Telltale Series is available for iPhone and iPad, and honestly, it’s just as good there as it would be on your Mac, just smaller.

For more information on Batman: The Enemy Within (and to perhaps let Telltale know how you feel about their lack of love for macOS), head on over to .

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