Batman: Arkham Origins will have a DLC season pass

Brightest Day Batman

By on September 27, 2013 at 1:39 pm

As with every major release in 2013, Batman: Arkham Origins will have a slew of DLC which you can buy into early with a season pass.

According to information sent to us by Warner Bros, the pass will cost $USD 19.99 (AU pricing not available at this time) and offer you guaranteed access to:

  • Gotham by Gaslight Batman™ Skin and Brightest Day Batman™ Skin
  • New Millennium Skins Pack
  • Infinite Earths Skins Pack
  • Arkham Origins Initiation: Play as Bruce Wayne before he became Batman™, and face his final test to prove himself worthy to his greatest teacher, Kirigi.
  • An all-new story campaign

Both the skins are exclusive to the Season Pass apparently, so if you want to play as a stealthy white-suited Batman (see above) then you better get buying.

One comment (Leave your own)

For the sheer quality of the two Arkham games that this third could not possible compare, the DLC that game with them was average to say the least. For a release that is already looking derivative, I am very hesitant to so much as look up from my cereal for this pass.

Hmph…

 
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