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Batman: Arkham Origins Screenshots and Updates

Black Mask will be the featured villain in Batman: Arkham Origins, the third game in the Batman franchise.

According to the latest updates from Game Informer, Roman Sionis, aka the Black Mask, will be the featured villain in Batman: Arkham Origins and the person who is responsible for the eight assassins sent to hunt down Batman. Powerful, rich and immensely sadistic, Black Mask is the head of Janus Cosmetics in Gotham City, which is secretly a huge drug-producing criminal enterprise. His wealth and access to resources, coupled with his lust for torture, makes Black Mask a formidable opponent who will stop at nothing to ensure that Batman is taken down.

Additional details about the game, from Superhero Hype:

- The game’s environment will be split into two areas, Old Gotham and New Gotham.

- Optional Crimes in Progress side missions for players to undertake at their leisure.

- Most Wanted feature for players to take down other villians from the DC Universe.

Check out the latest screenshots below from Game Informer: (PC)

Credit url: tunisiangamers.com
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titletownrelo  +   522d ago
It'd be nice to have easter eggs referencing other DC heroes. Hearing about Superman's Metropolis in a radio would be cool.
Chris558  +   522d ago
Why is batman hitting max payne
Xklaw  +   522d ago
Because Max Payne kills people.
Anthotis  +   522d ago
I hope it has a random crime system similar to Spiderman 2 game, where there is always trouble going on in some part of the city, rather than a set number of crimes in progress.
Skate-AK  +   522d ago
Kinda like how Rockstar handles their random events.
Jek_Porkins  +   522d ago
Wow, this looks very impressive. I think the series is in good hands, so hopefully the game plays as good as it looks.

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