Batman: Arkham Origins gets a new multiplayer mode – Hunter, Hunted

Batman: Arkham Origins

By on December 16, 2013 at 12:49 pm

Batman: Arkham Origins has a new multiplayer mode today, available on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The mode is called Hunter, Hunted and it’s a variation on the old Last Man Standing mode – seven players separate into three teams – three Bane thugs, three Joker goons and one Batman compete to eliminate each other and become the, well, Last Man Standing.

To celebrate the new mode, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment are now running a Double Credits event – from now until 6PM AEDT Tuesday any matches you play will get you double the Arkham Credits to spend on Cobblepot Crates. If you aren’t familiar with it somehow, be sure to check out Tim’s brilliant review of Batman: Arkham Origins – it focuses on single player but it’s an excellent read. For the heck of it, I have embedded below the multiplayer trailer for Arkham Origins, so you can check out what some of the other modes are like – enjoy!

3 comments (Leave your own)
MuscularTeeth

I havent tried this out MP yet…

 

muscularteeth: I havent tried this out MP yet…

Good luck trying to find a game.
I actually enjoyed the 3v3v2 capture territory mode on launch, haven’t been able to see more than 2 other people in a lobby since every now and then when I boot it up, and you need 7 for the game to start.

 

I only played Origins (twice) to complete my map.

So disappointing…

EDIT: I offered for my map to go along side the IGN wiki for B: AO and it was swiftly deleted. I just did a search for Batman Arkham Origins map on Google and my map is number one, IGN’s wiki is number nine. Beautiful :).

 
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