Batman: Arkham Origins

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Batman: Arkham Origins
Batman-ArkhamOrigins.jpg
Front cover page
Release Date: 2013
Developer: Warner Bros. Games Montreal
Publisher: DC Entertainment, Warner Bros Games
Series: Batman
Platforms: Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X
Genre: Stealth, action adventure


Batman: Arkham Origins is the sequel to 2011's award-winning Batman: Arkham City and a prequel to 2009's Batman: Arkham Asylum. The game follows Bruce Wayne, who while already an experienced crime fighter, is not yet the battle-hardened veteran vigilante as portrayed in the previous two instalments. As a prequel to the previous games, Origins follows the Caped Crusader as he continues on his path of justice, defeating various criminals and gangsters and adapting himself to being physically stronger and more agile than his opponents. However, one Christmas Eve, Batman suddenly confronts far more challenging and devious adversaries - supervillians whose primary endgame is to kill Batman. The most infamous of them all, Black Mask, has placed a bounty on Batman and the Dark Knight must discover exactly why the antagonist harbours such a vitriolic hatred for him.

The following weapons can be seen in the upcoming video game Batman: Arkham Origins:

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Contents


Handguns

Desert Eagle

In one of his gameover screens, Deathstroke (voiced by Mark Rolston) holds and later aims what appears to be a customized, dual tone Desert Eagle (a weapon Deathstroke's comic counterpart is fond of) or a Desert Eagle-Glock 17L hybrid. The pistol is predominately blued, while the odd ejection port is in a stainless steel or nickel finish. The caliber has yet to be determined but there's does not appear to be barrel fluting, suggesting it is .50AE.

In a game over screen, Deathstroke boasts about his superior combat prowess to Batman's offscreen corpse.
A nice shot of Deathstroke's pistol, showing the fine details of the top of the pistol's frame.
In the same game over screen, Deathstroke decides to intimidate Batman's dead corpse with his pistol.
Ditto.

Sphinx 3000

When Batman places the memory card of Penguin's drone into the Batcomputer and views information about Black Mask's assassins, he sees footage of Shiva (voiced by Kelly Hu) briefly incapacitating several thugs and a gunman armed with a black Sphinx 3000 pistol. The Sphinx 3000 from Batman: Arkham City makes a brief cameo in this game via several other cutscenes, although none of the criminals and GCPD officers actually use it outside of cutscenes.

Sphinx 3000 - 9x19mm
One of Black Mask's men aims his Sphinx 3000 during a confrontation with Shiva.
Shiva attacks the gunman and forces him to kill his own partner.

Glock 19

What appears to be a Glock 19 with an OD Green color scheme is used by Deathstroke (voiced by Mark Rolston) during an intense fight with Batman in the teaser trailer. It appears to have yellow-green grips. Glock 19s are also utilized by GCPD cops, notably Captain Gordon (voiced by Michael Gough) and Detective Bullock (voiced by Robert Costanzo).

Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Deathstroke fires his Glock 19 at Batman after being disarmed of his sword by one of Black Mask's assassins. Note that Batman's character model appears to be recycled from Injustice: Gods Among Us, although this could be a placeholder model.
Deathstroke discards his damaged sword after failing to take down Batman for Black Mask.
Note the grips of his Glock, which appears to be yellow-green.
Captain Gordon and Detective Bullock with Glock 19s as Batman departs Blackgate Prison in the intro.
Captain Gordon with his Glock 19 while briefly encountering Batman during Firefly's attack on Gotham Pioneers Bridge.

Taurus Raging Bull

A Taurus Raging Bull, returning from Batman: Arkham Asylum, is seen being carried by a thug that Batman attacks in the main menu background. Taurus Raging Bulls are also used by the Joker (voiced by Troy Baker), Black Mask (voiced by Brian Bloom), and Black Mask's decoy in various cutscenes.

Taurus Raging Bull - .44 Magnum
A Taurus Raging Bull is knocked out of the hands of one of Black Mask's mobsters in the main menu background.
Black Mask's decoy with a Taurus Raging Bull as he investigates Black Mask's penthouse.
Black Mask fires a Taurus Raging Bull in one of Batman's digital "crime scene" investigations of Black Mask's mysterious fight at his penthouse.
During the Joker's confrontation with Batman at the Gotham Royal Hotel; the Joker, being a "jokish" and deceptive clown, pretends to be self-righteous and moral in front of Batman by shooting his own "bad" men.
A close-up of Joker's Taurus Raging Bull before Batman stops the Joker from committing suicide.

Beretta 92FS

Beretta 92FSs can be seen holstered on the belt of some of Deathstroke's costumes, or more specifically, the Injustice: Gods Among Us version of Deathstroke's costume. However, these Berettas are only aesthetic props and do not serve any gameplay purposes. Deathstroke and his costume variants are immediately available if the player pre-ordered the game or purchased the Deathstroke DLC.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Two pairs of Beretta 92FSs attached to a belt on the Injustice variant of Deathstroke's costume.

Colt Gold Cup National Match

The Joker (voiced by Troy Baker) uses a stainless Colt Gold Cup National Match with wood grips during his confrontation with Batman at the Gotham Merchants Bank. For some reason, it changes to one with a black finish and has black grips instead.

Colt Gold Cup National Match (Mark IV, Series 80) with stainless steel finish - .45 ACP
The Joker (in disguise as Black Mask) with his stainless Colt as Batman abruptly drops through the floor of the bank and crashes his operation.
Joker then playfully holds his stainless Colt on a drugged bank manager as Batman questions him.
After removing his disguise, the Joker fires his now-black Colt Gold Cup National Match at Batman, who is unaffected by the Joker's shots due to his body armor.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDWs fitted with a rail system and custom front sights are used by Black Mask's thugs in the trailer.

MP5K-PDW with its extended barrel with 3 lugs & folding stock - 9x19mm
One of Black Mask's thugs with an MP5K-PDW.
An MP5K-PDW beside the mask of Black Mask's thugs, which bears a close resemblance to Black Mask's face.
One of Black Mask's thugs tosses the sub machine gun to another thug.
One of Black Mask's thugs with an MP5K-PDW before Batman breaches through the floor and toss him down a hole.
One of Black Mask's thugs fires wildly into the hole.

Assault Rifles

M4A1 Carbine

M4A1 Carbines can be seen on a poster aboard the Penguin's ship The Final Offer.

Colt M4A1 Carbine with 4 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm
M4A1 Carbines to the left of the RPG-7s on the poster.

Heckler & Koch G36C

Heckler & Koch G36Cs with straight 20 round magazines are used primarily by the GCPD SWAT and various criminals in cutscenes. The weapons have slight aesthetic changes to its design, but once gameplay initiates, they all change into the fictional "assault rifle" that appears in the game.

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
GCPD SWAT officers are simultaneously gunned down by Deadshot's arm-mounted cannons in a cutscene.
SWAT Officer Brandon and his men blast away carelessly at Batman and GCPD Captain James Gordon during Batman's break-in into the GCPD server room.
Black Mask's mobsters aim their G36Cs at Batman during Batman's arrival into Gotham Merchants Bank.
During Batman's confrontation with Bane at the Gotham Royal Hotel, the Joker fires his G36C one-handed at a GCPD helicopter in an attempt to provoke it into attacking.

"Assault Rifle"

Fictional AR15-pattern rifles returning from Batman: Arkham City are used by criminals and various GCPD SWAT officers. These weapons are incorrectly shown with the right side the same as the left, meaning they have no ejection port or forward assist. The "assault rifle" takes design cues from the Noveske Rifleworks Diplomat seen in The Expendables and the G36 family of rifles. In one of Penguin's advertisements of his arms-dealing business, Penguin erroneously refers to them as "submachine guns".

Noveske Rifleworks Diplomat with M68 Aimpoint red dot scope and Surefire M900 weaponlight foregrip - 5.56x45mm
Heckler & Koch SL8-6 Commercial rifle - 5.56x45mm. The fictional rifle's carry handle is copied from the one fitted here.
One of Penguin's thugs patrolling one of Penguin's communication relays with the rifle.
Two assault rifles near a slain Penguin thug. Note that the right side of the weapon is a mirror of the left side of the weapon.
Several of Mad Hatter's henchmen carrying "assault rifles" as they perform a "cordial welcoming" dance in front of Batman.

Shotgun

Remington 870

The Remington 870 shotgun with pistol grip seen in Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City returns, and is seen in the hands of various criminals, usually during stealth sections. It is also the weapon of choice of Roman Sionis/Black Mask during his boss fight in his Most Wanted side mission.

Sawn-off Remington 870 - 12 Gauge
Sawed-off, pistol-gripped Remington 870s on display on Penguin's ship The Final Offer.
One of the Joker's men carries a Remington 970 while on patrol.

Sniper Rifles

IMI Tavor TAR-21

GCPD SWAT snipers, various criminals, and Deadshot use TAR-21s modified to function as a sniper rifle. Like Batman: Arkham City, the TAR-21 is fitted with a ridiculously large barrel extension and the laser beam of a laser module originates from the barrel of the rifle.

IMI Tavor TAR-21 with Meprolight red dot sight - 5.56x45mm
Penguin's arms dealer, "Loose Lips", displays the disassembled TAR-21.
One of Penguin's thugs purchases the TAR-21 and assembles it into a sniper rifle configuration. The TAR-21 is basically the same as the one in Batman: Arkham City, although the sniper scope is different and the barrel is thinner. Nevertheless, both rifles from their respective games still function as sniper rifles.
Deadshot uses the TAR-21 sniper rifle in a cutscene.
One of Penguin's goons uses a TAR-21 sniper rifle while on board The Final Offer. Note that the laser is erroneously originating from the barrel.

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum

What appears to be a Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum is used by one of Black Mask's assassins, Deadshot (voiced by Chris Cox), in the teaser trailer. In the final game, Deadshot instead uses the heavily modified TAR-21 as his primary sniper rifle in the game.

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Super Magnum - .338 Lapua
Black Mask's assassin disarms Deathstroke of his sword by shooting part of it off in the teaser trailer.
Black Mask's assassin attempts to kill Batman by shooting down the chains suspending a shipping container in the air. Note the double chamber muzzle break suggesting that this is the Magnum variant of the Arctic Warfare.

Grenades

M67 Grenades

M67 Grenades are seen on Deathstroke's belt, although he does not use them during actual gameplay. During Batman's confrontation with Firefly, Firefly occasionally launches a wave of five grenades at Batman.

M67 Grenade
Two M67 grenades can be seen on Deathstroke's belt.
M67 grenades can be seen on Firefly's belt (circled in red).

Model 7290 flashbang grenade

A Model 7290 flashbang grenade can be seen on Firefly's belt, although he does not use it during actual gameplay.

Model 7290 flashbang grenade
A Model 7290 flashbang grenade can be seen on Firefly's belt (circled in red).

Mk 2 hand grenade

Mk 2 hand grenades are used by armed criminals during gameplay.

Mk 2 "Pineapple" High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
A Mk 2 hand grenade (highlighted in red) lands on a floor grate before exploding.

Launchers

Rocket Launcher

Fictional rocket launchers are seen on a display case on the Penguin's ship The Final Offer. Bane (voiced by J.B. Blanc) uses one during the end of his first brawl with Batman at the Gotham Royal Hotel in an attempt to hinder Batman's progress.

Rocket Launchers on display on the ship The Final Offer.
Bane fires the rocket launcher at the Joker, shortly after the latter fired on his chopper in retaliation for leaving his assignment.

RPG-7

RPG-7s with PGO-7 scopes can be seen on a poster aboard the Penguin's ship The Final Offer.

RPG-7 with PG-7VM rocket and PGO-7 scope - 40mm
RPG-7s to the right of the M4A1 Carbines on the poster.

Miscellaneous

M230 Chain Gun

A M230 Chain Gun is mounted on a GCPD helicopter during the Deadshot Most Wanted mission.

M230 - 30mm
A GCPD helicopter with a chin-mounted M230 Chain Gun.

See Also

Batman Franchise
Film Michael Keaton Batman (1989)  •  Batman Returns (1992)
Val Kilmer Batman Forever (1995)
George Clooney Batman & Robin (1997)
Christian Bale Batman Begins (2005)  •  The Dark Knight (2008)  •  The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
Ben Affleck Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)  •  Suicide Squad (2016)  •  Justice League (2017)
Other Video Games Batman: Arkham Asylum (2009)  •  Batman: Arkham City (2011)  •  Batman: Arkham Origins (2013)   •  Batman: Arkham Knight (2015)
Anime Batman: Gotham Knight (2008)
Television Batman (1966-68)  •  Gotham (2014-)



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