Batman Arkham City: Have you solved secret mystery room?

Arkham City has finally arrived and many of you will have been enjoying roaming the streets of Gotham trying to contain the scum of the city by now. Having brought our readers news of an iPhone app which guides players through the riddles in the game, we now have news of a secret mystery room and instructions on how to access it.

During the build-up to the game the developers, Rocksteady Studios, did their best to keep things from getting out about the game that they didn’t want people to know just yet. That didn’t stop the likes of the character Nightwing being revealed before they intended. Aside from that the secrets remained pretty well kept. Now the game has been released the secrets are pouring out onto the internet.

According to GameFront, there is also a secret mystery broadcast that can be de-coded during the game using the Cryptographic Sequencer to locate them. There are several cryptic codes throughout the game but there are only three secret ones. These can be solved using a number to letter cipher to reveal messages from the certain characters in the game. We also previously brought you news of a guest appearance in the game which was also a secret. Kitana from Mortal Kombat appears as a detainee in one of the cells in the game. She has no name or identity but her attire and introduction from Penguin seem to suggest it is in fact her.

The secret mystery room can also be located using the cryptographic sequencer; however it must be upgraded with the TYGER codes installed. For a step by step guide on how to access the room click the link above. Have you discovered the secret mystery room? What other secrets have you discovered?

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Written by Chris Cook

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