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Published on August 16th, 2011 | by Kole Ross, Editor

Arkham City Will Have 3D Support

Rocksteady Games announced their intention to support multiple 3D technologies with this fall’s Batman: Arkham City.

If you have the right kind of TV, you can take advantage of the game’s support for stereoscopic 3D, which is the “modern” standard for the technology. Notably, you can do this on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and on PC if you have the appropriate GeForce GPU.

Stereoscopic’s ancestor, anaglyphic 3D, will also have a seat at the table. Anaglyphic 3D is the kind that you view through red and blue glasses, such as those worn by the protagonist of Zombies Ate My Neighbors. Even those with the most modest, non-fancy displays will be able to play in 3D with this mode, similar to the Game of the Year edition of Arkham Asylum.

Arkham City is coming out on October 18th. Pro-tip: Disable the 3D for the Scarecrow sequences, you’ll save money on urine stain removal.

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