"Batman: Arkham Origins" is shaping up to take the first two installments, "Batman: Arkham Asylum" and "Batman: Arkham City" to even bigger heights. And by bigger heights, this means a bigger Gotham City and a bigger storyline.
Sony already revealed the content of the upcoming Knightfall pack that's exclusive to the PS3. It gives you a glimpse of what Batman was before he grew to be sure of himself as the caped crusader.
Taking off from the DC Comics counterpart, the three-part epic "Knightfall," the pack of the same name has the following features in store: five challenge maps, the Knightfall Batman skin and the Classic TV series Batman skin.
The maps consist of the following: Azrael Does Not Protect, City on Fire, Venom Connection, Turning Point and No Rest for the Wicked.
You'll also not be missing out on enemies, as Bane will be one of your main rival. Venom users and prisoners from Blackgate will also be trying to keep you from attaining your goal.
Check out the trailer (below), and see The Joker making an appearance as well. "Batman: Arkham Origins" will be available worldwide on Oct 25, but you still have time to pre-order a copy to play as Deathstroke. What do you think of the two skins in which you will be fighting enemies with? Savvy or tacky?
'The Last of Us' DLC Keeps Perfect Ending Intact
For those who have played "The Last of Us" and enjoyed the ending, the planned three DLC packs coming out won't have to spoil it.
According to Geek, Naughty Dog has already confirmed that the packs, which will contain two multi-player maps and a campaign add-on, won't extend the story of protagonists Ellie and Joel.
If there's anything to be expected of the story DLC, it will probably surround other characters and explore the world as a whole, and not only from the point of view of the main characters.
Previously, it was reported that "The Last of Us" was getting a sequel, but according to Softpedia, creative director Neil Druckmann implied that it will still touch on the two main characters.
"We're playing with some ideas, but no direction has been set yet for the next game," he told Softpedia.
In any case, a sequel does seem to be in the pipes, regardless of which story Naughty Dog would like to tell.
Get Six DLCs for Less Than $20
"Killzone: Shadow Fall" is getting ready to deliver some serious play hours once it releases with the PS4 this November. For a $19.99 Season Pass, you can get at least six multiplayer DLC packs along with the game.
Cinema Blend gives a few details on what to look forward to with these co-op games. The first pack puts you and three other friends in a team that will aim to fight off enemy after enemy in four arena maps.
Three more maps will feature two arenas, perhaps in the same fashion as the previous maps. The only catch here is that you need to own the first map to initiate activity for the succeeding maps.
Developer Guerilla Games promised more details when they become available. The PS4 launch title is shaping up to be a very exciting and worthwhile game.