Batman™: Arkham City Escape Gift With Purchase Promo

By Mike Rosenberg

Play the role of Batman™ or the infamous roster of Gotham's villains in the Batman: Arkham City Escape Board Game, coming on May 15th!

In this two-player board game, one player represents Batman and the other represents the Villains of Gotham. The Villains, currently held at the Arkham City Prison, are attempting to break out, and it's up to Batman to stop them. Batman must use all of his gadgets and cunning to keep the inmates from leaving Arkham, while the Villains must use whatever is available to them, whether it be weapons or hostages, in order to make a break for it.

If Batman captures 10 Victory Points worth of Villains, then the player representing Batman wins. However, if the Villains player escapes with 10 Victory Points worth of Villains and Hostages, then the Villains player wins. Will Batman save the day, or will the inmates escape?

Fans who pick up a copy of the Batman: Arkham City Escape Board Game at their local hobby store will also be able to get the Hotline to Oracle promo card, while supplies last!

How Store Owners Get These

Hobby stores that order the Batman: Arkham City Escape Board Game through an authorized distributor will receive these promo cards directly with their order (while supplies last, so act fast!). Stores will receive one promo card for each game purchased to reward their loyal customers. 

Are you a store owner who wants to be involved? Simply call your distributor rep and request these promo cards with your order. And...that's it! Be sure to let your customers know that they can get a promo card along with their game if they purchase the game from you!

How Players Get These

When you go in to your local hobby store, be sure to ask about the promo cards when you are picking up your copy of the Batman: Arkham City Escape Board Game. Your store owner should have these promos since they come with their order from their authorized distributor.

The battle between Batman and Gotham's most notorious begins on May 15th!

Rosenfloggen's picture Mike Rosenberg

Mike Rosenberg has been a long-time trading card game fan and an active freelancer in the hobby game industry since 2004. He wrote, editted, and managed web content for Cryptozoic Entertainment from March 2012 until October 2013.