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NetherRealm Studios Bringing Free-To-Play Batman: Arkham Origins Brawler To iOS

Today at New York Comic Con, NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive announced that it is bringing a free-to-play Batman: Arkham Origins to iOS devices. NetherRealm Studios is best know for its work on the Mortal Kombat games, and the recent Injustice: Gods Among Us.

There is no exact release date for the game, but it should be available around the launch of the console Batman: Arkham Origins games. You can check out the trailer for the game below.

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  • Wait, what? THE Arkham Origins? Or is this just a scaled-down brawler for iOS?
  • Ugh, so dumb.
  • I don't get it... Android owns the majority of the cellphone market, they publishers just ignore them in their handheld development. LOL
  • Bleh...

  • Actually, Arkham City Lockdown was pretty fun, and it was $6. So given that this is probably going to be similar, and free, it's probably going to be fun.

  • At least it's free but no android version sucks.
  • Honestly... I'd prefer they remake the challenge mode on a mobile platform. That'd be a single handed game, or double-handed if necessary. You wouldn't need a virtual controller, and then they could emphasize the grinding and maybe even bring the MP mode over as a F2P mobile option. It used to be that idea would be crazy, but come on, iPads are comparable to some consoles now.
  • Actually they did say its coming to Android as well. Go to their official Facebook page for proof.

  • I just saw the Electrocutioner. And bane without his mask *gasp
  • Free to download, yes. But it's $0.99 per Batarang and $1.50 per counter.
  • ps3 looks better then this garbage come on ios do better
  • people talking negatively about this obviously have not played Injustice for iOS or have an android, I am very excited. That being said I hope the micro transactions don't ruin the fun, they didn't in Injustice.  

  • Nice looking for a mobile game. Aside from the limiting one-on-one combat, there's a pretty high-production value here for an iOS game. Like the look of the Batman Beyond suit, maybe there's hope for a full of that too. . .

  • I think iOS is a bit...much, I mean some games just can't be mobile just like some games SHOULDN'T be on a major system (Never Dead, Hannah Montana ANYTHING, Amy, Borderlands 2, etc). Batman: Arkham Origins is one of those games you shouldn't stretch it out just to try and make a bigger profit.