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Post by Eorl @ 10:25am 15/11/13 | 4 Comments
If you ever felt like your life just wasn't quite complete without more Batman (who could blame you), Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has you covered there with the announcement today of a new Batman: Arkham Collection Edition.

In order to help unite all the Batman Arkham's under just one cape, the new edition will include all three titles in the franchise: Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City and Batman: Arkham Origins. Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City will be available as digital downloads, while the latest game, Batman: Arkham Origins is obtainable as a physical disc.

For those picking up the PC version, you'll find Asylum and City as Game of the Year Editions, which includes all previously released DLC. Those on PlayStation 3 will find their Origins version inclusive of the Knightfall DLC pack.

The Batman: Arkham Collection Edition will be available in Australia for $99.95 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 and for $89.95 for Windows PC on December 4.

In related Batman news, Warner Bros. has also announced today the release of the New Millennium Skins Pack for Batman: Arkham Origins. The pack contains six bonus skins based on a variety of classic and modern storylines pulled from the comics:
  • Red Son Batman
  • Blackest Night Batman
  • 1st Appearance Batman
  • New 52 Graphic Batman
  • Batman: Noel
  • One Year Later Robin (available in multiplayer mode only on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC)
  • Players who have purchased the Batman: Arkham Origins Season Pass and are connected to the Internet will have instant access to the content that can be used in challenges maps, as well as the single-player campaign upon completion of the main story and in multiplayer for players that reach Level 2.

    The skin pack is available now on PC and Xbox 360 for $4.95 and for the Wii U at $$3.95. The pack is expected to be available on PlayStation 3 soon at $4.95.

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    Latest Comments
    Posted 10:31am 15/11/13
    That Millenium Skins pack is also part of the Humble Bundle.
    Posted 12:34pm 15/11/13
    Quite a rip off there. So they're giving out a 90-100$ collection with only the Origins being on physical disc, without it's DLC hence it was released very recently.

    Don't misunderstand me here, I got the first 2 games from the Humble Bundle and loving them (on my 2nd Asylum playthrough atm). But this bundle is a kick in the teeth at that price, if it was packaged similar to the Elder Scrolls Anthology, now that would be a real treat.
    Posted 01:32pm 15/11/13
    I have been playing Arkham Origins non stop. This is a great series.
    Posted 08:51pm 15/11/13
    Just finished Arkham Origins. Man that was a lengthy campgain or what. So much more stuff to collect too. Awesome.
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