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In a post on the PlayStation Blog, WB Games Montreal community manager Hanny Duong debuted a new Batman: Arkham Origins trailer that shows off the Knightfall Batman and Classic TV Series Batman skins.

Both costumes, along with five challenge maps—Azrael Does Not Protect, City on Fire, Venom Connection, Turning Point, and No Rest for the Wicked—are part of the PlayStation 3’s exclusive “Knightfall” content.

The Classic TV Series Batman skin, of course, is modeled after Adam West’s portrayal of Bruce Wayne/Batman from the 60s, while the Knightfall skin is based on the outfit worn by Jean-Paul Valley in the wake of Batman’s Bane-induced paralysis.

Batman: Arkham Origins launches on PC, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U October 25 worldwide. In August, Warner Bros. confirmed that the Arkham prequel would only be available on current-gen consoles and is not coming to the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One despite releasing so close to the next-gen platforms.

Batman: Arkham Origins Trailer Shows Off PS3-Exclusive Knightfall, Classic TV Skins

By | 09/24/2013 12:58 PM PT

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In a post on the PlayStation Blog, WB Games Montreal community manager Hanny Duong debuted a new Batman: Arkham Origins trailer that shows off the Knightfall Batman and Classic TV Series Batman skins.

Both costumes, along with five challenge maps—Azrael Does Not Protect, City on Fire, Venom Connection, Turning Point, and No Rest for the Wicked—are part of the PlayStation 3’s exclusive “Knightfall” content.

The Classic TV Series Batman skin, of course, is modeled after Adam West’s portrayal of Bruce Wayne/Batman from the 60s, while the Knightfall skin is based on the outfit worn by Jean-Paul Valley in the wake of Batman’s Bane-induced paralysis.

Batman: Arkham Origins launches on PC, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U October 25 worldwide. In August, Warner Bros. confirmed that the Arkham prequel would only be available on current-gen consoles and is not coming to the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One despite releasing so close to the next-gen platforms.

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