Epic Games Store The Batman Games raffle has broken the Internet this morning. Batman: Arkham Collection and the Lego Batman Trilogy are waiting as an offering for all those who go to Epic Games store or have their customer. The package is presented at the top of the main page, you can't miss it and it's free until September 26: Viva Batman!
The gift package consists of the two mentioned trilogies. Batman: Arkham Collection normally costs $ 59.97, same as the Lego Batman Trilogy, but the price tags for both are now crossed out and are FREE. The six games are offered in separate packages of three, so it is not necessary to download them all. In fact, all games are conveniently displayed and ready for collection. All you need to do is log in, or if you don't have an account, just sign up, which is again so conveniently organized in the Epic Games store, which literally takes less than a minute.
Rocksteady & # 39; s Batman: Arkham Collection includes Arkham Asylum, Arkham Knight and Arkham City. Those of you who love Arkham Origins may be disappointed, but the game is not part of the package for unknown reasons. Online sources speculate that its development is Warner Bros. Montreal, not Rocksteady. However, the three games offered by Batman are all critically acclaimed fan favorites, so …
The Lego Batman Trilogy package brings Lego Batman, Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes and Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham These fast-paced action adventures also enjoy high marks and all achieved critical acclaim over the past decade. The Lego version of everyone's favorite Knight is a bit more family friendly, but it's full of unforgettable humor and a distinct game design worthy of the Caped Crusader.
However, most PC players would certainly favor Batman: Arkham Asylum, the first game that pioneered the revolutionary combat style, which is one of the main features of the games. Together with Batman: Arkham City, those two games are the most valued of the entire franchise and are often also considered the best adaptations of superhero games that exist. All these six games are, again, at stake now in the Epic Games Store. Batman: Arkham Knight had a notoriously bad release in 2015, but the game was repaired and managed to fix things, being a continuation worthy of the saga.