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Arkham Origins Will Feature 3 Vs. 3 Vs. 2 Multiplayer

Posted on Wednesday, July 31 @ 08:57:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has just pulled back the curtain on the multiplayer of Batman: Arkham Origins

Splash Damage, the team behind Brink, is currently working on a 3 vs. 3 vs. 2 multiplayer mode. In it, two players will take on the roles of Batman and Robin with the task of taking down two additional teams of three players each. The two opposing forces will be headed up by the Joker and Bane.

The baddies have special gadgets at their disposal, including proximity mines, a Detective mode equivalent called Enhanced Vision, or even the ability to send out an ultrasonic pulse courtesy of Bane. Needless to say, there's plenty of variety in the mix to keep things feeling fresh for quite some time.

Stay tuned for more information about this exciting new addition to the popular Warner Bros. franchise as we near its October 25th release.

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