Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Batman: Arkham Origins Collector’s Edition announced today different from U.K Release!

Written and Edited by Lynn Gerena ( Ashe Darkthorne )

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Right on cue was the announcement of Batman: Arkham Origins Collector’s Edition for the U.S.

 

 

Batman-Arkham-Origins-CopertinaLast week Warner Bros. announced a collector’s edition of Arkham Origins for the U.K that had some really interesting stuff. Now we get to know what our collector’s edition will be like and it’s a big fat loot of swag.

Warner Bros. has announced the Batman: Arkham Origins Collector's Edition, which will retail for $119.99 MSRP. The Collector's Edition is packed with in-game content, and comes with the bonus documentary Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics. Content listed below picture.

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Batman: Arkham Origins Collector Edition contents

* 80-page full-color hardcover art book, measuring approximately 7.5” x 10.75” x .5”

* Two key pieces of evidence taken directly from the Gotham City Police Department crime lab

* Batman Wanted Poster

* Batwing Prototype Schematic

* Anarky logo stencil

* Glow-In-The-Dark map of Gotham City

* Wayne Family Photo

* Assassin’s Intel Dossier, including files on the 8 assassins, as well as Black Mask’s contract

* 1st Appearance Batman Skin: Look just like Batman did during his first appearance in Detective Comics #27, released in 1939.

* Deathstroke Challenge Pack: Unlock the ability to play as one of the world's deadliest assassins! Usable throughout all the Arkham Origins Challenge maps. Also includes two bonus challenge maps and two bonus Deathstroke Skins.

* Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics documentary on DVD on Xbox360 and Blu-Ray for PS3 owners of the game.

The PS3 version of the game also ships with the bonus Knightfall in-game content pack exclusive to Sony's platform.

There is a big difference in the statue in comparison to the U.K release where you have Batman and the Joker face to face in a death grip as the statue. Either way both editions look great.

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