Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have today, announced that they’ve begun sending out invites to fans email addresses who they think will want to start beta testing the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins multiplayer mode.
The invitations to sign up for the open beta stage were deployed earlier this week via email. For the gamers that actually qualify, they’ll be personally admitted on a strict first-come, first-served basis.
If you are thinking of registering for this and you think that this is something you might be interested in, the good news is that you’ll have the option to register for the PS3 or Xbox 360 version of the beta.
The Nintendo Wii U and PC will not play any part in the beta stage and have been completely left out altogether. The Wii U won’t even be getting the multiplayer mode at all, due to Warner Bros wanting to concentrate on platforms that have a massive multiplayer audience.
The beta will commence on August 7th, and run up until August 14th 2013. The newly announced game mode is being developed by British based Splash Damage, and includes the Invisible Predator Online mode’s 2 vs. 3 vs. 3 matches. This involves three teams fighting it out till the death in an all-new game mode.
Batman and Robin will make up the team of two, whilst the team of three is made up of villains that want to show their loyalty to either The Joker or Bane. A couple of trailers have already been unveiled in the past couple of months that give an insight into what to expect from the latest Dark Knight title.
Batman: Arkham Origins is gonna make it’s way to the PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U on October 25th worldwide.
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