Batman: Arkham Origins launch trailer hints at opening missions

Batman: Arkham Origins

By on October 24, 2013 at 9:35 am

With only one sleep until Batman: Arkham Origins is upon us, Warner Bros. have released the ‘launch trailer’ for the game. It’s mostly cobble(pot?)-ed together from the opening missions of the game, which should give you a hint at just how much dang content is in this thing.

Stay tuned for our review tomorrow.

6 comments (Leave your own)

Looks good, hope I don’t regret my purchase

 

So pumped for this to come out, preloaded it on steam 2 night ago which was a bad idea cause its just sitting there, taunting me.

 

I was a little nervous that, without Rocksteady at the helm it might be rather sub par. It does look rather good though, I’ve preordered and am still eagerly awaiting tomorrow to see how it goes. (been playing Arkham Asylum in preparation)

 

Just got it for $35.50 through Greenman Gaming… At that price I’m not worried if it’s as good as the first two but it is certainly looking pretty ok.

 

damn that was epic! Really pumped for this. Will get in a few weeks or so :D it has a bit of a darker vibe/feel to it than the other ones from the looks of it. I like :D

 

been out for 3 days on 360. Pretty good game.

 
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