Arkham Origins DLC Launch Season Pass

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We’ve been expecting a Batman Arkham Origins season pass for the DLC this time around based on the success of the Injustice season pass. The (first?) Season Pass contains most of the skins that we’ve already seen, plus a few extra. We’ve labelled them in the press release below.
The Infiltration pack is a welcome surprise as we get to play through some of Bruce’s overseas training (we wonder if the Bruce Wayne skin from this pack will be unlocked at the end of the challenge or will be included in a possible Season Two).

Notice the tease of story DLC too? We wonder what that could be about.

Press Release:

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced the Season Pass for Batman™: Arkham Origins, this fall’s highly-anticipated installment to the best-selling Batman Arkham videogame franchise. The Batman: Arkham Origins Season Pass (for PlayStation®3 system, Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, Wii U™ system or PC) will be available at launch for $19.99 ($30 value) [£15.99 -RR] and grants purchasers access to five of the game’s upcoming downloadable content packs, one of which includes two exclusive skins.

Players who purchase or pre-order the pass will gain access to the following content:

•Gotham by Gaslight Batman™ Skin and Brightest Day Batman™ Skin
•New Millennium Skins Pack (First Appearance 1939, Red Son, Noel, New52, Blackest Night; 2006-2008 Tim Drake Robin)
•Infinite Earths Skins Pack (Earth-2 Bruce Wayne, The Long Halloween, Earth-2 New Batman, Thrillkiller, Knight of the Round Table; 1989-2006 Classic Tim Drake Robin)
•Arkham Origins Initiation: Play as Bruce Wayne before he became Batman™, and face his final test to prove himself worthy to his greatest teacher, Kirigi.
•An all-new story campaign

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Source: Batman-News

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