A new update patch has been released for the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight. It fixes a lot of things since this version of the game needed the most help.
The biggest additions is that Harley Quinn and Arkham Knight have become playable characters. Obviously a lot of technical issues have been ironed out too.
The new update patch for Batman: Arkham Knight was posted via Steam:
*Fixed some issues with stars being awarded or lost incorrectly in specific AR Challenges
*Improved target prioritization during combat
*Restored heavier rain during the opening section of the game
*Fixed missing rain effects on a few remaining player character skins
*Miscellaneous gameplay fixes and stability improvements
*Fixes to some keyboard and mouse prompts after being rebound
*Made frame times more consistent for 60hz monitors running at 30fps with VSync enabled
*Previously equipped gadgets can be selected with keyboard and mouse again after restarting an AR Challenge
Hopefully now the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight is playable. Warner Bros. had to take the game down on Steam because it was so broken upon launch. It was the biggest launch disaster in 2015 as other games weren’t that bad this year.
- This article was updated on:March 8th, 2018