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Batman: Arkham Knight fans report the latest update actually fixed the PC version of the game. Those who previously were unable to enjoy smooth experience due to stuttering, constant crashes, and frame drops, say the game plays much better now. This new update also paved the way for a bunch of November DLC packs, which are now available on Steam.
Batman: Arkham Knight PC version is returning to store shelves and online distribution centers on October 28, 2015. Its current owners will receive a big update that will not only fix some major bugs and performance issuses that troubled the game on the original release, but also add some new features already available on consoles. Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment also posted a new schedule for the upcoming DLCs.
In connection with the outrage directed at publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, main developer Rocksteady Studios, and the creators of the PC port – Iron Galaxy Studios, a decision was made to suspend the sales of the PC edition of Batman: Arkham Knight.
Announced in March 2014, Batman: Arkham Knight debuts today on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. AMD and Nvidia updated drivers for their graphic cards… Despite that, many user reviews in the Steam store are negative. Players complaints mostly concern the optimization (both for Nvidia and AMD’s cards), and the animation locked at 30 fps.
Warner Bros has announced that Batman: Arkham Knight has been delayed until June 23. Meanwhile owners of eighth-generation consoles will soon get the chance to check out the first Batman games from Rocksteady. By the end of the year, remastered editions of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City will be issued for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.