‘Batman: Arkham City’ Achievements List Offer Up New Details About The Game!


The Batman: Arkham City achievement list (or trophies, for you PS3 gamers) offer up a few clarifications on prior rumors, as well as details on the highly anticipated game’s story.

Before we get on with the list, let us remind you that these can contain mild to medium spoilers for Arkham City. If you are attempting to avoid any sort of spoiler whatsoever, this would be the time to look away.  You have been warned.

Check out the full list of Batman: Arkham City achievements/trophies below:

  • I’m Batman (10) – Become the Bat
  • Acid Bath (10) – Save the damsel, but is she in distress?
  • Savior (10) – Save the medical volunteers
  • Chimney Sweep (10) – There is only one way in
  • One Armed Bandit (10) – Hammer the point home
  • Communication Breakdown (10) – Clear the airwaves
  • Gladiator (10) – Last man standing
  • Wrecking Ball (25) – Stop the unstoppable
  • Lost And Found (10) – Uncover the secret of Arkham City
  • Sand Storm (25) – We are legion
  • Hide And Seek (25) – A deadly game of hide and seek
  • Ghost Train (25) – Fight for survival
  • Freefall (25) – Don’t look down
  • Exit Stage Right (50) – All the world is a stage
  • Forensic Expert (10) – Collect enough evidence to locate the gun for hire
  • Contract Terminated (25) – Stop the contract operative
  • Serial Killer (25) – Track down the serial killer
  • Mystery Stalker (15) – Reveal the mystery watcher
  • Distress Flare (5) – Answer the call for help
  • Broken Toys (25) – Destroy it all
  • Ring Ring (5) – Answer a ringing phone
  • Dial Z For Murder (25) – Stop the phone booth killer
  • Stop the Clock (15) – Time is running out
  • Bargaining Chip (15) – Reunite the separated couple
  • AR Knight (25) – Complete all augmented reality training exercises
  • Fully Loaded (10) – Collect all of Batman’s gadgets and upgrades
  • Aggravated Assault (10) – Stop all assaults in Arkham City
  • IQ Test (10) – Solve the first riddle
  • Conundrum (20) – Rescue the first hostage from Riddler
  • Mastermind (20) – Rescue the second hostage from Riddler
  • Puzzler (30) – Rescue the third hostage from Riddler
  • Intellectual (30) – Rescue the fourth hostage from Riddler
  • Brainteaser (40) – Rescue the fifth hostage from Riddler
  • Genius (50) – Rescue all the hostages from Riddler
  • Bronze Revenge (10) – Obtain 24 medals on the original Arkham City ranked maps (as Batman)
  • Silver Revenge (20) – Obtain 48 medals on the original Arkham City ranked maps (as Batman)
  • Gold Revenge (40) – Obtain all 72 medals on the original Arkham City ranked maps (as Batman)
  • Campaign Bronze (10) – Obtain 24 medals on the original Arkham City ranked maps (as Batman)
  • Campaign Silver (20) – Obtain 72 medals on the original Arkham City campaigns (as Batman)
  • Campaign Gold (40) – Obtain all 108 medals on the original Arkham City campaigns (as Batman)
  • Flawless Freeflow Fighter 2.0 (5) – Complete one combat challenge without taking damage (any character)
  • Twice Nightly (75) – Complete New Game Plus
  • Gotham Base Jumper (5) – Jump off the tallest building in Arkham City and glide for 1 minute without touching the ground
  • Pay Your Respects (5) – A moment of remembrance
  • Story Teller (10) – Have 12 murderous dates with Calendar Man
  • Catch (5) – Find someone to play remote Batarang catch with
  • 50x Combo (5) – Complete a combo of 50 moves (any play mode, any character)
  • Perfect Freeflow 2.0 (5) – Perform a perfect combo including all of Batman’s combat moves (any play mode)
  • Gadget Attack (5) – Use 5 different Quickfire gadgets in one fight (any play mode)
  • Perfect Knight: Day 2 (75) – Main Story, Side Missions, Upgrades, Collectables, New Game Plus and Riddlers Revenge (as Batman)

While majority of the achievements are pretty standard in an Arkham game (challenges, huge combos, long distance gliding), there are some very interesting achievements that should be noted. For example, the “Catch (5) achievement – which asks players to “find someone to play remote Batarang catch with.”

This could be something as simple as a story related mission (where Batman possible plays catch with an orphan?) or perhaps even a weapon challenge (Batman needs to throw the Batarang into the hands of an enemy?), however, for the literal thinkers out there, the choice of words – “Find” and “Play” – seems more like a joint effort.  This could be a confirmation of the rumored multiplayer or co-op missions that will be available in the title.  We will just have to wait to find out.

Batman: Arkham City will be coming to the xbox 360, PS3 and PC on October 18, 2011.


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Shaun Hilton is a passionate and life-long gamer, to say the least. He spent many years as the raid leader and main tank for a World of Warcraft guild, is an active Overwatch and Hearthstone player, and enjoys a game or two of Heroes of the Storm.

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