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Batman: Arkham Origins multiplayer detailed, handled by Splash Damage

Posted: 31.07.2013 by Technet2k

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How will multiplayer work in Batman: Arkham Origins? Details have begun to emerge on how Brink developer Splash Damage plans to keep things tense and exciting for players going online.

It's an intricate little web the studio has spun. Basically it's a 3v3v2 multiplayer setup where two goon factions face each other, and get harassed by Batman and Robin.

Batman: Arkham Origins article reveals Mad Hatter

Posted: 23.07.2013 by Technet2k

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The latest issue of the Official Xbox Magazine has a shot of Batman gripping the Mad Hatter round the neck in the upcoming prequel of Batman: Arkham Origins. The villain did appear briefly in Arkham City.

Batman fans were treated to a rather drugged out tea party with Mad Hatter, where Batman was forced to fight the effects to break free. Warner recently revealed Copperhead for Arkham Origins.

Batman: Arkham Origins introduces the slithery Copperhead

Posted: 19.07.2013 by JonahFalcon

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Warner Bros. Interactive has released a new trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins showing off one of the assassin's hired by Black Mask to take out Batman: the slithery, sexy Copperhead, armed with poisonous claws and a forked tongue.

People "have the right to be cynical" about Batman: Arkham Origins

Posted: 19.06.2013 by Technet2k

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WB Games Montreal is behind Batman: Arkham Origins, not franchise creator Rocksteady, and so creative director Eric Holmes says people "have the right to be cynical" about what type of game this will be.

He implores those who can to try it out at event booths, and that fans will see it's "authentic and uses the same underpinnings" as the Arkham series. There's plenty to draw a crowd with.

Nvidia confirm PC technology present in The Witcher 3, Batman: Arkham Origins

Posted: 13.06.2013 by Technet2k

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What visual slickness can we look forward to on PC with the likes of The Witcher 3, Batman: Arkham Origins, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and Watch Dogs? Nvidia has revealed some juicy details via a presentation.

All support DirectX 11 and tessellation, with some also backing TXAA and GPU PhysX sorcery. Nvidia spotlighted The Witcher 3 by showcasing a furry wolf galloping along.