Batman: Arkham Knight Latest News
have gotten slightly less vague in their estimation of when the troubled PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight will be available again. Last month it was , but a new post promises that the game will be ready by the end of October.
"As many of you know," WB writes, "we released a major patch for Batman: Arkham Knight PC a few weeks ago. While there were significant performance improvements made to the game, the teams are continuing to work on the additional updates that were outlined in our previous post. We expect these updates to be ready at the end of October, at which time the PC version will be made available for purchase."
Warner Bros is considering other DC properties for adaptation, but still sees Batman as its "cornerstone"
With Arkham Knight done, dusted and.... stillon the PC yet, the best modern video game interpretation of the Batman mythos has finally come to a close. So what next for publisher Warner Bros?
Although the Caped Crusader remains the company's major pinup star, according to an interviewwith vice president of product development Ames Kirshen, other stars may get their time in the spotlight as well.
sent out a press release today detailing some of Batman: Arkham Knight's upcoming DLC content, and hidden within the text was an assurance that the PC version of the game will be released "will be available in the coming weeks."
As you will probably remember WB pulled the PC edition, after complaints from fans regarding stuttering frame-rates and general technical faults.
Some three months after it was released, PC owners of Batman: Arkham Knight might actually be able to play the game properly for the first time. The long-awaited interim performance patch has finally
Itin Beta from yesterday, but was quickly cancelled out with another patch. Some worried that this might mean another delay, but evidently not.
Last nightaccidentally leaked a patch to owners of Batman: Arkham Knight who had opted in to Beta testing for the much-maligned PC version of the game.
It's been removed now, but Steam users who tested it out are reporting some good news; it actually sorted out most of the long-standing performance issues.