Here’s what Batman: Arkham Origins looks like with the settings cranked up

Batman: Arkham Origins

By on October 25, 2013 at 5:31 pm

If you’ve read our big ol’ Batman: Arkham Origins review then you’ll know that the game looks pretty sweet on PC. So why not have a few more screens? Here’s a dozen for you to enjoy.

These were all taken on a machine running Windows 7 with a GeForce GTX 670. If you’d like to know more about tweaking the game for your PC, NVIDIA have put together this helpful guide.

6 comments (Leave your own)

All i see here is HitMan Absolution. but in batman Costume.

 

narcarsiss:
All i see here is HitMan Absolution. but in batman Costume.

what? lol

 

The Physx effects for the first croc fight in the snow was awesome.

 

I can’t agree that looks pretty sweet. Heavy aliasing, extremely low resolution textures (even for the main character), shadows that look like square blocks.

I bet it plays great though :)

 

shinanigans,

Yeah I’d have to agree. I’m not exactly overwhelmed… Will most likely end up playing it anyway as gfx aren’t the be all and end all, but they do help with immersion… not to say these are bad, but yeah, wouldn’t say they are “pretty sweet”

 

Actually gone back to playing Arkham City, personally think it looks better. That said this may be a sweet game once they’ve released a few patches for it. I’ll go back to it then.

 
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