Batman:Arkhamn Knight’s PC launch was one of the biggest disasters of this year. The game was so broken that WB Games yanked it off digital shelves at online stores. It has been two months now, and the game is still not avaliable for purchase. However, they have not stopped working to get the game fixed up for the PC.
A ray of hope shines, as WB Games and Rocksteady have released the first patch – a step toward real improvement for the game. The new patch has optimization measures, more in-game settings, and improves performance and mechanical hard drives.
But there’s a long way to go before the game is fully up to date. Rocksteady has released a list of things that need to be fixed, and hopefully those fixes will come in the near future. These should cover issues that have popped up certain operating systems and hardware systems.
We can only hope to see a working PC version of the game sometime soon.