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Batman: Arkham Origins Will Have Multiplayer


Batman: Arkham Origins, the third entry in the well received Arkham series, will
have multiplayer. The title will be released at October 25th, and will
introduce us to the Dark Knight in the early years of his crime fighting
career. It will be the first in the series to have multiplayer, and if
the source is correct, you will play as a member of Joker or Bane’s gang
trying to take Batman and Robin out.

The villains involved in this part
of the multiplayer, whom you might be able to play and customize,
include Killer Croc, Deadshot, Firefly, Black Mask, Deathstroke, and
“some kind of Electroman character”. The way this is said doesn’t sound
too reliable, but it might in fact be the supervillain
Electrocutioner, a man with an electrified costume. This is all as of now unconfirmed, but Kotaku’s tipster was spot on about the cover and the name of the game. This might be one of many multiplayer modes, or the only one.

Personally, I think it would be awesome to fight Batman as a supervillain. What do you think? Share in the comments.

Our Verdict

Harold Teekman
I love video games. That's why I write about them. My first console was the Nintendo 64 and we got it when I was 4, along with Super Mario 64. I finished the game on my own when I was 6. One of my all time favorites of that generation is Donkey Kong 64. I love the bosses, I love the level designs, I love how you can play with multiple characters, and I love how many collectibles there are. I was mostly a Nintendo gamer until 2010, when I discovered Assassin's Creed. My PC could barely run it, but it played good enough to provide an amazing experience. Since then I've had a lot of catching up to do, and I'm now a big fan of Mass Effect, Dead Space, Resident Evil and the Batman: Arkham games, among others.

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