Batman games in order
Over the years, the dark world of Gotham City and the Batman story have been adapted into many different forms of media, including movies, television, and of course, games.
There are dozens of game adaptations released for consoles. If we list all the Batman games ever made, we will stay here all day. In this article, we will explore the Batman Arkham games in order of release date. If you are considering playing a new Batman game, we will briefly introduce you to the expected content for each game.
Release Date: Aug 25, 2009 | Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One | Developer: Rocksteady Studios
First, open the Arkham game series, Ah Cam lunatic asylum. This is the first title in the series, Batman fights against his arch enemy, the Joker. The
story tells the Joker trying to control the Arkham Asylum and trap Batman and many of his enemies inside.
There are many recognizable voices in the game from actors who appear in the DC animation universe, including Kevin Conroy as Batman, Mark Hamill as the Joker, and Arlen Sorkin as Harley Quinn. The
game uses a third-person perspective, allowing you to explore Batman’s combat, stealth, and detective skills as you explore the Arkham Asylum. Batman can run, jump, climb, slide in a cloak, and use a grab gun to climb taller buildings.
In addition to the main storyline, there are many side missions that allow you to unlock additional content and collectibles.
Players can use Batman's Detective Vision, which is a visual mode that provides contextual information about his environment. This can also be used to highlight how many enemies are near you. It can also help you find interactive objects and provide information to help you identify footprints, clues, and solve puzzles.
Release Date: Oct 18, 2011 | Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Wii U Mac OS X, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One | Developer: Rocksteady Studios
After the popular game Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City was released on various game consoles just two years later.
In this part, the story tells the story of Batman trapped in Arkham City, a super prison located in a decaying slum in Gotham City. Batman must uncover the secrets of the facility overseen by Warden Hugo Strange. Game
is similar to the previous game, with voice actors Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill reinterpreting the roles of Batman and the Joker. You will also have the opportunity to play Catwoman, Batman's ally, whose story parallels the main plot.
Arkham City is an open world game that allows players to move freely anywhere within the limits of the game. Detective
vision mode reappears, and you can also access the crime database, which you can access to help you troubleshoot and obtain important information.
In this game, you can also collect experience points, allowing you to upgrade Batman and purchase gadget upgrades, including bat outfits.
Release Date: October 25, 2013 | Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Wii U and Xbox 360 | Developer: WB Games Montreal
Although this is the third installment of the Arkham series, "Batman: Ah Cam Origins occurred five years before the events of the 2009 game "Batman: Arkham Asylum". This prequel title was developed by WB Games Montreal, not by Rocksteady Studios, which made other games.
In this prequel game, you will meet a young and inexperienced Batman who fights against the famous crime boss Black Mask. The black mask offered a reward for Batman's head and invited eight of the world's best assassins to Gotham to defeat Batman.
Batman: Arkham Origins is the first multiplayer game in the Arkham series, allowing players to participate in a large-scale gang war between the Joker and Bain.
Arkham Origins is another open world game that allows you to explore the world of Gotham City. You will be able to perform tasks such as helping GCPD solve cases and meet characters, including the well-known super villains in Gotham City.
Release Date: June 23, 2015 | Platform: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One | Developer: Rocksteady Studios
Back to the original timeline, Rocksteady Studios re-developed Batman: Arkham Knight, this happened in 2011 The game Batman: Arkham City happened nine months later.
This game uses the same gameplay, mechanics and fighting style as the previous games, and is another open world game. One of the most significant changes is that this is the title of the famous Batmobile finally released as a playable vehicle. The Batmobile can be used to fight, solve puzzles, and of course, transport around Gotham City. The introduction of the
Batmobile has led to many changes in the way the game is designed. Previous urban design made the streets too narrow and restricted to allow the Batmobile to navigate smoothly through the city.
Traveling through Gotham City isn't limited to the Batmobile; You can also use Batman's cape to glide through the air, and now you can use it for longer flights and higher climbs. Many gadgets that appeared in other Arkham games before
have returned for this title, including Batarangs, Graapple Gun, Liner Launcher, Detective Vision, and Remote Hacking. A new device includes a voice synthesizer that allows you to imitate the voices of other characters to introduce enemies into traps. Another important feature of
Arkham Knight is the two-player game mode, which allows players to seamlessly switch between certain events between playing Batman and one of his allies (such as Catwoman, Robin, or Nightwing).
If you are a fan of Batman comics or movies and want to learn more about Gotham City and its super villains, then you are in trouble.
What is your favorite from the list? Do you recommend any other Batman series, like Telltale or Lego Batman? Let us know in the comments below; we love hearing your recommended games.