Epic Games Store The Batman Games giveaway broke the internet this morning. Batman: Arkham Collection & The Lego Batman Trilogy await as an offering to anyone heading to Epic Games Store or having their customer.
The pack is featured at the top of the homepage, you can't miss it and it's free until September 26th
Long live Batman!
The gift package includes the two mentioned trilogies. Batman: Arkham Collection normally costs $ 59.97, the same price as the Lego Batman Trilogy, but the price tags for both are now crossed out and they're all FREE. All six games come in separate packs of three, so you don't need to download them all. In fact, all of the games are well displayed and ready for your collection. All you need to do is log in or, if you don't have an account, log in to the Epic Games store again so well organized that it literally takes less than a minute.
Arkham Collection includes Arkham Asylum, Arkham Knight, and Arkham City, among others. Those who love Arkham Origins might be disappointed, but the game isn't in the bundle for reasons unknown. Online sources speculate it's Warner Bros. Montreal, not Rocksteady, which was developed. However, the three Batman games on offer are all fan favorites, so ...
Lego Batman Trilogy Bundle Includes
Lego Batman, Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, and Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. These fast-paced action adventures also get high marks and have all received critical acclaim over the past decade. The Lego version of everyone's favorite knight is a bit more family-friendly, but it's filled with unforgettable humor and a distinct play design worthy of the Caped Crusader.
However, most PC gamers would undoubtedly be in favor of Batman: Arkham Asylum, the first game to bring about the revolutionary fighting style that is one of the main hallmarks of the games. Along with Batman: Arkham City, these two games are the highest rated in the entire franchise and are often considered the best adaptations of the superhero game out there. All of these six games are back on the Epic Games Store. Batman: Arkham Knight had a notoriously poor launch in 2015, but the game has since been patched and it has managed to raise the bar, being a worthy continuation of the saga.