The lights are on
Batman: Arkham City was chock full of different Batman skins celebrating the history of the Dark Knight. Batman: Arkham Origins looks to be upping the ante, with even more callbacks to the storied past of Gotham's greatest defender. A season pass will offer up even more ways to customize your crime fighter.
The Arkham Origins season pass comes with the following items:
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The season pass will cost $19.99 (a reported $30 value). Batman: Arkham Origins will be available on Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on October 25, 2013. The season pass will be available on all platforms. For more on Batman: Arkham Origins, check out our recent preview of the Deathstroke assassin fight, more news about Deathstroke's playable challenge maps, and our cover story from May 2013.
Our TakeThe skins in Arkham games are kind of silly. You can only use them after you beat the main campaign and in the challenge maps. And still, they are absolutely covetable. I went out of my way to make sure I had a Batman Beyond skin for Arkham City, and I regret nothing.
The usefulness might be improved this time out, as Batman and Robin make an appearance in the multiplayer mode. That could explain the Robin skins (and also add value to this season pass). Of course, stalking the shadows as the shiny Brightest Day Batman might not be the best for your health.
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These sound awesome :3
White Lantern Batman?! I will be getting this season pass for sure!
It's nice when the contents of a season pass are detailed like this. I'm interested in this. They should give a release date for the story DLC sooner rather than later considering many people will be buying new systems soon and maybe dropping current gen.
The Gotham by Gaslight skin is amazing.
The only thing I care about is the unrevealed story expansion. Skins are dumb and a waste of money.
So are Season Passes just becoming the mainstream thing to do for almost every game now? I'm not saying they're bad, cause I've bought a few over the last couple of years, but it just seems that most of the big AAA titles have to have these. It wouldn't be so bad if they didn't announce the Passes before the games actually came out. IDK, it's just becoming a bit annoying at this point imo, mostly because you're buying a pass in hopes that the future DLC will in fact be worth it, which in many cases it doesn't, or you spend the money and the DLC takes FOREVER to come out (Bioshock Infinite). Just my thoughts.
the season pass will me mine