The latest Batman: Arkham Origins DLC will come out tomorrow for the Nintendo Wii U and is titled Initiation. The new DLC focuses on Bruce Wayne’s early years before he became Batman, with four new challenge maps in this brand new campaign. It is priced at $6.99 / £5.49 and those who already have the Season Pass will have access to this brand new add-on. If you’ve played Batman: Arkham Origins on the Wii U, how does it compare to the other versions of the game? Is it as bad as Digital Foundry claims?
“Tomorrow, Dec. 3, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment will be releasing the Initiation Challenge Map Add-On for Batman™: Arkham Origins on the PlayStation®Network, Xbox LIVE online entertainment network from Microsoft, Steam and Nintendo eShop for $6.99. The Initiation Add-On focuses on Bruce Wayne before he donned his cowl, and introduces a new challenge campaign with four unique challenge maps and two original skins – Initiation Bruce Wayne and Vigilante Bruce Wayne. Players who have purchased the Batman: Arkham Origins Season Pass and are connected to the Internet will have instant access to the content.
Set high in the Paektu-San Mountains of North Korea, the Initiation Add-On follows a young Bruce Wayne as he faces his ultimate test. Players will embark upon a series of challenge maps that test their martial arts training across exotic locales, including a bamboo forest and a mountain top monastery. Fans will face fresh enemies along with an epic final test to prove their worthiness to Bruce’s greatest and most pitiless teacher, Kirigi.”