Batman: Arkham Origins interview shows Mr. Freeze DLC in action

Batman: Arkham Origins

By on April 10, 2014 at 9:14 pm

A new interview from DC Comics own video channel DC All Access with the creators of Arkham Origins has shone some more light on Cold, Cold Heart, the Mr. Freeze DLC.

In the video we see creative director Eric Holmes and game director Benoit Richer explaining how the DLC fits into the storyline, as well as a look at the XE Suit, which Batman uses to deal with Freeze’s extreme temperatures (mostly by adding orange lines to his suit and closing the mouth hole). Take a look:

Source: via VG247

4 comments (Leave your own)

Looks great.. Origins quickly became my favourite game in the series, very happy to play more.

However, at the 3:13 mark that looks exactly like the area where you fought Mr Freeze in Arkham City.

 

Murray Hibble:
Looks great.. Origins quickly became my favourite game in the series, very happy to play more.

However, at the 3:13 mark that looks exactly like the area where you fought Mr Freeze in Arkham City.

Are you serious?

 
Anon. E. Moose

Murray Hibble:
However, at the 3:13 mark that looks exactly like the area where you fought Mr Freeze in Arkham City.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfcbuxcsqBo
It’s definitely not the same area, the boss fight in Arkham City takes place in the GCPD.
I’m pretty excited, can’t wait to jump back in.

 

+1 to getting this, I still found Origins to be enjoyable.

 
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