Batman Arkham City Batcave DLC

Published on December 20th, 2011

A brand new Challenge Map Pack for Batman: Arkham City has launched on Xbox Live Marketplace, PlayStation Network and Games For Windows Marketplace which adds Batman’s iconic Batcave into this year’s award-winning action game.

The pack contains three brand new Challenge Maps for players to fight their foes in: The Joker’s Carnival, the Iceberg Lounge and the Batcave, the latter featuring a brand new invisible predator challenge.

The pack will set you back 240 Microsoft Points on XBL, or £2.39 on PSN and Games for Windows Marketplace.

Also available today is a new Arkham Bundle pack, which includes the Nightwing Bundle Pack, Robin Bundle Pack and the Arkham City Skins Pack.

Both the Nightwing and Robin bundles contain brand new gadgets and special moves, with both characters available to play in the game’s Challenge Maps. The Skins Pack, meanwhile features brand new suits for Batman to wear in-game.

The pack’s available for 1,200 Microsoft Points, or £11.99 on PSN and Games for Windows Marketplace.

Each pack would normally cost you 560 Microsoft Points or £5.49.

But that’s not all the Batman DLC there is to pick up today. In the spirit of Christmas, Warner Bros has also released a free Batman Inc. Batsuit for use in the game. Merry Christmas, Warner.

Batman: Arkham City is out now on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. If you haven’t already played it, make sure you do so – it’s one of the best games you’ll play this year.

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