After being available on PlayStation VR for quite a while now, Batman: Arkham VR is finally coming to the PC as well. You will be able to grab it on both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive starting from April 25th, though it doesn't appear the PC version will be getting any exclusive features or improvements.
If you're wondering what stepping into the batsuit might look like in first person you'll find the recently posted teaser trailer down below. There's unfortunately very little long-form footage in the trailer, but it should still give you a good idea of what to expect from a visual standpoint. But enough babbling from me, here's the video:
Now that you've gotten nice and excited I'm afraid I'll have to ruin that by delivering some rather bad news. Batman: Arkham VR is less of a game, and more of a guided tour of Gotham starring everyone's favorite caped crusader. The whole thing is about one hour in length, and while it certainly does look pretty damn awesome I don't think its worth the asking price. If you can snatch it on some sort of sale then I definitely recommend you give it a try because its quite an experience, but otherwise you're better off saving your money unless you really want to see through the Bat's eyes.