There’s still a few secrets left to discover in Arkham City

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Arkham City, a massive penitentiary, home to all manner of violent crime perpetrators and super-criminals, because shoving the worst of society into one hotpot and throwing away the key, is the best thing to do.

It’s also home to quite a few secrets, something that has become a trademark with the Rocksteady Batman games. After all, it took gamers over a year to discover that Arkham Asylum had a hidden, secret room, that detailed plans for the superb sequel, Arkham City.

And that game was several times larger in scope, than the Asylum. So naturally, there must be a few mysteries squirreled away, right? Right indeed, as Rocksteady claims that a few more secrets have yet to be uncovered within the super-prison.

Speaking at the IGN London Kapow! Comic Con, game director Sefton Hill commented on how three or four mysteries within the game had yet to be uncovered. “Some of them we put in there that were really obscure were found within a week [like the Scarecrow code],” Sefton said.

We didn’t think anyone would ever solve that, but it only took people two days. But there are still 3 or 4 things that people haven’t seen – some of them very subtle things. There’s one that we had right in one of the first demos that we did that nobody has found – it’s in there if you look hard enough.

So what exactly, is hidden inside Arkham City? Plans for an Arkham Juvenile Detention center, where players would bat-punch junior versions of villains? Hugo Stranges’ groovier collection of drugs? Nude photos of Harley Quinn, Catwoman and Poison Ivy?

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Dammit people, start searching already! Meanwhile, don’t forget about the upcoming expansion pack for Arkham City, Harley Quinn’s Revenge, which is due for release at the end of this month.

Last Updated: May 21, 2012

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