Batman: Arkham Trilogy Now Available on GOG

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We can’t think of a single Batman fan who hasn’t played Rocksteady Studios’ critically acclaimed trilogy of Arkham titles yet, but those of you who are interested in owning DRM-free versions of the games should definitely head over to GOG.

The retailer recently made Arkham Asylum, Arkham City, Arkham Knight, and even WB Games Montreal’s Arkham Origins prequel available through its storefront. What’s even better is that they’ve all been heavily discounted as part of GOG’s ongoing Black Friday Sale.

Arkham fans can get each game in the quadrilogy for just $4.99. Telltale Games’ Batman titles (i.e., Batman – The Telltale Series and Batman: The Enemy Within) are also available for $3.74 each, as well as TT Games’ LEGO Batman Trilogy (i.e., LEGO Batman: The Videogame, LEGO Batman 2 DC Super Heroes, and LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham).

During this summer’s Fandome event, Rocksteady Games revealed that it had moved on from Batman to a project starring DC Comics’ supervillain team, the Suicide Squad. We’re guessing that the Dark Knight will still have some kind of role in the game, though, as the developer has already confirmed that Kill the Justice League is part of the Arkham universe.

Arkham Origins developer WB Games Montreal is also working on a Batman game called Gotham Knights, which lets players take on the roles of Red Hood, Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing. The game looks a lot like an Arkham game, but strangely, WB Montreal insists that it isn’t a sequel and serves as a standalone title.

Tsing Mui
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