An all new mode was made available for Batman: Arkham Originsmultiplayer yesterday. Titled “Hunter, Hunted“, this new 3v3v1 mode has three Joker thugs, three Bane thugs and the dark knight himself, face off against each other. There are no respawns, so the last team standing wins.
To celebrate the inclusion of this new mode, Warner Bros. has kicked off a Double Credits weekend event. Any match that is played from 2 p.m. PST on Friday the 13th to 11:59 p.m. PST on Monday December 16th will receive double Arkham Credits to spend on Cobblepot Crates. Additionally anyone who has played a match by 1 p.m. on the 15th will earn bonus 30,000 credits. So get online asap if you want to earn some extra credits. For those of you still on the fence about purchasing Batman’s latest adventure, our very own DJ Killzown Jones reviewed it and scored it an 8/10.
The new “Hunter, Hunted” mode can be accessed by simply hopping into Batman: Arkham Origins*online multiplayer mode, no download required.
*This feature is only available on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
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Screen tearing, no facial animations, and the lack of voice tells us that the following clip of Gameplay from the Beyond: Two Souls demo hitting this October is surely from an extremely early build of some sort. One thing’s for sure, it looks terrible and definitely does not represent the final product. Everything we’ve been seeing from Beyond: Two Souls including today’s new Dev Diary has been looking fantastic. Sony’s PlayStation 3 exclusive Beyond: Two Souls is developed by Quantic Dream.
Something similar happened when Ubisoft released their Aisha Tyler trailer for Watch_Dogs which they later said came from an early build and was direct-feed footage off the PlayStation 3. All we knew at the time was how bad it looked according to the reactions of many gamers who hated it (maybe they just didn’t see the 1080P HD version on our site?). Gamestop sources even tell us it hurt pre-orders.
We don’t really understand why anyone would release such an early build clip of this game unless they were trying to make the game look bad. This was not recorded by RealGamerNewz originally and has been obtained through an anonymous tip. Have any anonymous tips to give us? Send an email to email@example.com and put “ANONYMOUS” in the subject line somewhere or body so we know not to identify you.
Take a look for yourself below and let us know what your thoughts are on Early Build Footage releases; were you happy to get a sneak peak or did the lack of polish on this build just ruin the experience for you?
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