Batman Arkham Origins Supply Drop 2 DLC will gives gamers an advantage online during team play.
Included in the $2.99 DLC is new clothing options for Joker and Bane, and light machine guns with advanced weapons and skins.
Batman: Arkham Origins Initiation DLC was just released on Dec. 3 by Warner Bros Interactive.
According to Polygon, the DLC is available through the online networks of the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, and PC for $6.99, and is also included in the Season Pass if previously purchased already.
Included in the downloadable pack is two new costumes, Vigilante Bruce Wayne and Initiation Bruce Wayne, as well as four new maps.
Reviews of Batman: Arkham Origins have been generally favorable, but many agree the game did not live up to the hype it was getting and is lackluster compared to the previous two installments.
Most complaints for the game have to do with the lack of innovative ideas and styles of play brought into the game. Many of the elements were left unchanged or simply not worked on enough. In addition, some feel the story is short, and that many of these DLC's should have been part of the game.
IGN stated that although the game is very good, it is not "Batman Arkham" series good. The games predecessors, Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, were superior games.
Huge Batman fan and avid gamer Mike Kumar thought some of the gameplay did not make sense, but enjoys the game for what it is.
"Nothing new. Take that for what it is. Also, unlike the previous games where the civilian-less environments make sense, they failed to explain why the entire Gotham City is barren on Christmas aside from corrupt cops and goons," he said to CP.
Batman: Arkham Origins does not tell the typical Batman story, instead it bypasses the well-known beginnings of the crime fighter and jumps to year two.