Batman: Arkham Origins

Global Total as of 21st Feb 2015 (units): 0.24m
Platform: Wii UAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS, Microsoft Windows
Developer: Warner Bros. Games Montréal Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.16m 66.0%
+ Europe: 0.06m 25.8%
+ Japan: 0.00m 0.6%
+ Rest of the World: 0.02m 7.6%
= Global 0.24m

Release History

Batman: Arkham Origins Warner Bros. Interactive EntertainmentNorth America25th October 2013Retail
Batman: Arkham Origins Warner Bros. Interactive EntertainmentEurope08th November 2013Retail
Batman: Arkham Origins Warner Bros. Interactive EntertainmentJapan05th December 2013Retail

Game Overview

Batman: Arkham Origins is the third action game in the Batman: Arkham series and is developed by Warner Bros. Games Montreal for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Wii U and Xbox 360. It will be released on the same day as Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate, a spin-off game, and will include Batman's first encounters with several new enemies, including Deathstroke.

Taking place five years before Batman: Arkham Asylum, it features a younger, less refined Batman, who becomes the target of assassins on Christmas Eve. Black Mask has placed a $50 million bounty on Batman's head, drawing the attention of eight assassins, including the likes of Bane, Deadshot, Lady Shiva and more.


curl-6 (on 23 April 2014)
Outsold Akham City for their first 10
weeks; 127k vs 105k. May very well go on
to outsell City lifetime on Wii U, same
for AC: Black Flag.
Arfen (on 31 January 2014)
In USa has surpassed the sales of Batman
AC, in Europe it has not reached the
half. In america it had a price cut to
justify the lack of mutiplayer mode, but
this measure was not applicated in
supernihilist (on 10 January 2014)
how come are these sales bad in
Its still full price and its on
pace to beat the previous one on WiiU
which was a launch game.
i think its
doing OK
retroking1981 (on 28 December 2013)
Sale are bad yes but look at it another
1.31% of 360 owners own this
1.51% of PS3 owners own this
1.91% of Wii U owners own this

With a lower install base
percentages should be naturally higher
but this game is faring far better than
many if not all other Wii U ports.
AndrewWK (on 28 December 2013)
Why even bother with a Wii U port
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