Four months after being pulled from sale due to poor performance, bugs and various other inadequacies, the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight goes back on sale next week, along with all the DLC early PC players have missed.
Warner Bros. promised the end of this month, and here we are. The game goes back on sale next Wednesday, the company said in a statement on Steam, coinciding with a release of a content patch that includes Photo Mode, Big Head Mode, character selection and AR challenges. Season pass holders will gain access to all of the story packs released so far, excluding console exclusives.
Judging from the comments on the Steam post, players who've owned the game since day one aren't exactly dancing in the streets. Many are disappointed that Warner Bros. isn't offering free content to players who waited instead of requesting a refund, while others are wondering if more performance patches are on the way or if this marks the end of months of improvements.
I would like to know if there will be more fixes for the game performance. It would be very disappointing playing Arkham Knight on Medium or lower with a i7490k and a GTX960 4GB to minimise framedrops
So, no free content for the screw up and ridiculous delay, go figure, won't be rushing to buy / support another Rocksteady release (especially PC), besides I suspect most of us will be too busy in the Wastes getting munched by Radroaches and Deathclaws
Thank you for doing the bare minimum five whole months after you were expected to do so.
It's not entirely negative...several posters are offering their thanks for getting the game up to speed.
Game works absolutely fine for me, nice to know the dlc will be coming soon since I already own the season pass. Thank WB and Rocksteady : ) Also can people stop being so damn offensive to the developers, they know they messed up at first and so they pulled it until they could fix it. People slinging abuse around then asking for free stuff just sound like ignorant, arrogant arsehole's that deserve nothing.
I was trying to look for another positive one but ran out of patience, like most of the folks posting.