Batman: Arkham Origins story DLC teased by Warner Bros, likely to contain Mr. Freeze

Batman: Arkham Origins

By on January 6, 2014 at 3:50 pm

A new post on the official Batman: Arkham Origins Facebook page has revealed more story-based DLC is on the way for 2014.

As you can see above, the picture strongly hints at the inclusion of iconic villain Mr. Freeze, who last showed up in the game in Arkham City.

Check out our review of Batman: Arkham Origins right here.

Source: Facebook

3 comments (Leave your own)

Is it wrong for me to think “well, it cannot get any worse”…

 

PinothyJ,

yes, it is. Its hardly a terrible game. not as good as the first two, but far far better than anything like Aliens Colonial Marines

 
CrimsonSoldier

When I saw Mr. Freeze while playing the game I was hoping that he would look like Arnold from Batman & Robin. That movie broke my heart by the way.

Anyway, I think the DLC is perfect as his Mr. Freeze was a mystery to me. I haven’t played Arkham Asylum and played Arkham Origins and Arkham City respectively so I can’t say that Origins is the worst of the three but yeah, I was expecting more.

Playing the game is like my mind exercise as it’s filled with puzzles and for those having a hard time, I recommend this guide http://www.cheatmasters.com/blog/2013/10/26/batman-arkham-origins-guide/

 
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