Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is finally bringing “Batman: Arkham VR” to the PC platform. The publisher of Rocksteady Studios’ virtual reality game has announced that the DC-inspired title is heading to PC this April, months after its release on the PlayStation VR.

On Monday, Warner Bros. released a new trailer for the DC-inspired game, announcing its imminent release for the PC platform. The company revealed via the teaser trailer that “Batman: Arkham VR” is coming to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets via PC on April 25.

Players can expect the Batman game to have support for both the Oculus Touch and Vive controllers. It will also have full gamepad support on PC, so players can use their PS4 Dual Shock 4 Controller, Steam Controller and the Xbox One Controller in accessing and controlling the the game.

“Bringing ‘Batman’ to VR was a very rewarding experience for us here at Rocksteady. The Dark Knight has always been an incredible character to work with due to his psychological depth, so it’s really exciting to use this immersive medium to delve deeper into his psyche than ever before,” Rocksteady’s creative director Sefton Hill said in a press release.

Hill also stated in the same press release that they are excited for PC players to try out “Batman: Arkham VR” for themselves, while wearing any of the Vive and Oculus headsets. “We’re thrilled that PC players can finally wear the cowl for themselves and take on the role of the World’s Greatest Detective with the addition of the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift versions,” Hill stated.

Back in October 2016, “Batman: Arkham 2016” was launched on the PlayStation VR. Since its initial release, many were hoping for the BAFTA-nominated VR game to head to other gaming platforms. Now Warner Bros. is proud to announce that PC players will finally get what they were hoping for — a chance to experience Gotham City and solve the mysteries in the virtual world as the Dark Knight.