First Details On Batman: Arkham Origins, Out Oct. 25

The next chapter in Rocksteady's Batman series is coming. Batman: Arkham Origins is the subject of next month's Game Informer Cover, and it's on its way to the PS3, Xbox360 and Wii U on October 25th, along with a companion title on the PS Vita and 3Ds. Next-gen consoles remain a question mark.

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