Fresh Batman: Arkham Origins videos and game’s mobile versions

Fresh Batman: Arkham Origins videos and game’s mobile versions by  2810 views

If you're a fan of the game series about Batman, then today we are glad to delight you with several good news about the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins game.

Thus, during another Comic-Con expo, that was held in New York from 9th to 12th of October, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment announced that Batman: Arkham Origins game will be released for mobile platforms - iOS and Android - very soon. The project for mobile devices will be developed by the creators of the world-famous Mortal Kombat game series - NetherRealm Studios, - and it will be released at the end of this year. According to Warner Bros’ employees, you will be playing as Batman, who will have to go through the hottest spots of Gotham City and face the most dangerous and desperate criminals from the world of DC comics. Also you can improve your character's skills, your tactics and gain access to a number of unique suits, earning in-game currency and other rewards.

And in order you to be able to imagine how this action-adventure on iOS and Android will look like, its publisher presented us a fresh Batman: Arkham Origins trailer, which you can watch below.

Besides it, a new game’s villain - Electrocutioner, - the purpose of which is the elimination of our superhero, has been presented at Comic-Con expo. If you're wondering how he looks like and what Electrocutioner is able to do in order to kill Batman, watch the new Batman: Arkham Origins video, shot by one of the expo’s visitors.

And last, but not least is another video in which an actor (Troy Baker), who provides a voice of the main villain in this action-adventure - Joker, demonstrated his mastery. Do you want to hear the voice of this superkiller? Then watch and listen to the Batman: Arkham Origins trailer, presented below.

And as always we’d like to remind you that Batman: Arkham Origins game will be released for PC and current generation of consoles on October 25.