Those waiting patiently (very patiently) for the fabled patch for the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight might be on the verge of getting their games fixed.
Everyone knows the story by now; the PC edition of Batman: Arkham Knight was massively borked when it arrived on the platform this past Summer. The game was subsequently pulled from Steam and other retailers and the promise was made that a patch that would fix everything wrong was on the way.
Several reassurances that it was still coming later, and we finally got it… for a while. Apparently, some gamers were fooling around with the settings on the game’s Steam listing (imagine that) and somehow enabled beta mode. This allowed for the download of a previously unavailable patch that actually did take care of a bunch of issues.
Gaming site Kotaku reports that gamers had a much better time of playing, and experienced vastly improved frame rates (50 to 60+) and brand new graphics options. Sadly, another patch was issued that cancelled everything out (though some can still play for some reason), but this is a terrific sign that Warner Bros and Rocksteady are still very hard at work on the title, and look to be getting it right. Finally.