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Batman: Arkham Origins gets Season Pass, contains five DLC packs
Posted: 26.09.2013 15:23 by Simon Priest Comments: 5
Warner Bros. have just announced the Season Pass for Batman: Arkham Origins. It contains five of the upcoming DLC packs and two exclusive skins. They value the content at £27.99 individually.

So then what price sticker does the Season Pass carry? That would be £15.99. It applies across all platforms for Batman: Arkham Origins, including Wii U.

WB Games Montreal is developing Arkham Origins as they take over the reins from British studio Rocksteady. Recently Warner teased the Deathstroke challenge pack.


Those who purchase or pre-order the Season Pass receive:

Gotham by Gaslight Batman Skin and Brightest Day Batman Skin
New Millennium Skins Pack
Infinite Earths Skins Pack
Arkham Origins Initiation: Play as Bruce Wayne before he became Batman, and face his final test to prove himself worthy to his greatest teacher, Kirigi.
An all-new story campaign


Batman: Arkham Origins releases on PC, Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U October 25th.
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Comments

By LukeDion1987 (SI Core Member) on Sep 26, 2013
LukeDion1987
DLC, DLC, DLC... I'm sick of this s*** already!
By danfreeman (SI Elite) on Sep 26, 2013
danfreeman
Thought i was the only one,honestly i rarely buy dlc for games,i either play the main version or just pick the game and it`s dlc when it`s on a big sale.
By Gale47 (SI Core) on Sep 26, 2013
Gale47
Yeah, okay. I like new content for the good games.
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Sep 29, 2013
FoolWolf
Well, first it was DLC and now those bloody season packs. Stuff is getting out of hand, but if this can be had at a reasonable price and given good content, it could secure value to a title throughout its life-cycle - still, not going to get into a season pack until you see how the main game is.
By Gale47 (SI Core) on Sep 29, 2013
Gale47
Okay, I agree with you about the season packs. But DLC (if it's well done) I don't mind.