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Does Catwoman’s trailer hint at Arkham City co-op?

Batman: Arkham City gets a second playable character in the shapely form of Catwoman. Could this mean a co-op mode is on the way? Watch Selina Kyle's gameplay trailer here.

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jc485732696d ago

hardly a hint i say. we need hardcore proof.

LionheartAce2696d ago

http://ps3.ign.com/articles...

hard evidence, no multi-player. Praise the lawd!

"Sefton Hill: There have been a number of rumors circulating about a multiplayer mode in Batman: Arkham City so let me start by saying, once and for all, that Batman: Arkham City is a "single-player only" experience."

Agent_S2696d ago

I hope it's a co-op thing. I really dont want to be switching back and forth between characters. Maybe im in the minority with that one.

Deanways2696d ago

It seems a shame to put so much work into a second playable character and not have to two come together to complete certain missions. Even if they are more in line with the challenge maps from the first game.

Agent_S2696d ago

Very logical, I see your point. I only hope that its not very forced throughout the game.

Deanways2696d ago

@Agent_S - Catwoman's story is only 10% of the whole game. She won't be used all the time. At least that's what we're told. I'm just speculating...with quite solid grounds to do so I reckon.

krisq2696d ago

then she will be playable for sure.

Ahasverus2695d ago

How many times will it have to be said? THERE IS NO MULTIPLAYER IN ARKHAM CITY Retarded journalists

Deanways2695d ago

Just holding out hope. Maybe in the third title?

Ahasverus2694d ago

To be honest, I don't see what is it needed. Multiplayer games are never story centric (in a good way) their graphis are toned down and the overall flow is affected by having to depend of other's actions; that's fine for some games, but for a cinematic inmersive experience like Batman's games, it would ruin it for me :P

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