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Batman: Arkam Origins coming to iOS


10:30 AM on 10.14.2013



NetherRealm Studios announced yesterday at New York Comic-Con that will be bringing upcoming game Batman: Arkham Origins to iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) sometime close to the console version's launch. That's soon, as the PS3 Xbox 360, and Wii U version is set for October 25.

Android folks, you'll see yours closer to the holiday season.

As you'd guess, you'll fight your way through Gotham again in this mobile version. Now you can unlock unique Batsuits and earn in-game rewards and currency. There's a special content unlock for those that also own the console game (and have a Warner Bros. ID account).

The iPad footage (above) looks pretty slick!








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