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Batman: Arkham Origins Coming to iOS and Android (w/ Trailer)

Written by Jude Terror on Sunday, October 13 2013 and posted in News with Benefits

Batman: Arkham Origins Coming to iOS and Android (w/ Trailer)

The highly anticipated console game will also be coming to phones and tablets before the end of the year..


Source: Polygon

Warner Bros. announced this weekend that Batman: Arkham Origins, the highly anticipated prequel in the Arkham game series, will be coming to phones and tablets with a free to play brawler. The game will be available in the iTunes app store roughly around the same time as the console versions of the game (October 25), while the Android version will be out during the holiday season, because people who don't own iPhones are considered second class citizens. Here's a trailer:






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