You can head back to the GCPD to find out about what happened to the villain's containment as well.
In the DLC, head to the right side of the Oil Tank/Amusement Park, and look for a small vent near the walkways connecting the two parts of the park.
Contrast with Third-Option Adaptation, which ignores all the various plotlines and picks an outside choice.
Several thugs can be heard lamenting the state of Gotham, adding that all it needs now is for a certain caped freak to come flying in.Early on in the game you are melded with the blood of the Joker, as a result Batman slowly starts to lose his mind, one of the exciting side effects is that posters and architecture begins to change with Jokers face everywhere, see the before and after.If you'd like to see it anyway, simply set the console or PC's internal clock to October 31st, and start up the game.After you have completed the Creature of the Night side quest in Gotham's Most Wanted, start using the grapnel boost off of large buildings (most of the ones in Miagani Island will suffice) and you'll be surprised by the re-appearance of a previously defeated villain.The production team must make a decision, and make one fast, declaring one to be the Canon Ending and cutting the other ones off.
They're still canon in their original game, but not with regard to the new work.
In short, cutting off the branches is when one of the multiple possible endings in a game is considered the canon one in a future adaptation.
Related to Story Branch Favoritism: the plot branch that receives the most focus is more likely to be chosen as canon in a sequel.
If the branches were selected immediately from character selection, you're using Schrdinger's Player Character.
See also Canon Name, where a character who didn't have a given name at in the first game, is given one in the next.
Travel through the small wall vent to find a large room with two tanks, one of which hold an extremely disturbing starfish with a giant eye.