|| Arkham Origins will feature similar gameplay to its predecessors.New gadgets to the Batman: Arkham series include: the Remote Claw, which allows Batman to target two objects and pull them together allowing him to knock enemies together or hit them with objects, while tethering two walled-points together creates a tightrope that Batman can traverse; the Shock Gloves, which allow Batman to block electric attacks, instantly disable some enemies and stun shielded ones, and short circuit some objects within the environment; and the Concussion Detonator, capable of stunning large enemy groups. Some gadgets from the previous games return in Arkham Origins, including: the Cryptographic Sequencer, which is used for hacking security consoles; the Batarang, a throwing weapon; the Batclaw, used for hooking on to surfaces; Smoke Pellets, used for stealthy exits and entries; Explosive Gel;the Disruptor, which can remotely disable guns and explosive mines; and the Grapnel Accelerator, an earlier version of the "Grapnel Boost".
The game introduces a fast travel system, allowing Batman to remotely summon his plane, the Batwing, to transport him to other areas of the game world quicker than gliding or grappling can allow. Enemy tower installations prevent Batman from summoning the craft in some areas and must first be disabled using various gadgets and abilities to make the Batwing available; the Batwing is not player controlled.Some towers can only be disabled when the player has obtained the necessary equipment.
These are minimum the game requirements published by developer:
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.40 GHz / AMD Athlon X2 @ 2.80 GHz
Video card: eForce 8800 GTS / Radeon HD 3850
RAM: 2 GB
OS: Windows Vista .