Remember that patch for Batman: Arkham Knight that went live last week and then vanished? Well, it’s back and now it’s official.
600MB’s plus of patch has been officially released for Batman: Arkham Knight, the last game in the Arkham series and a title who’s PC version was besieged by issues since it hit. It actually got so bad that the game was yanked from online stores and delayed, post-launch, till a suitable set of fixes could be readied.
Now, of course, is that time and the game is ready to play once more for those who prefer to play games on this computers. The single download includes fixes for frame rates, bugs, RAM issues and a host of other things that needed a little help.
All of this is not to say that the game is perfect though. Warner Bros says that Rocksteady is continuing to work on more patches for a host of other issues, which they hope to have coming soon. At least you can play now though.
Well, you can play if you have a copy of the game already. It’s still not available to purchase anywhere online. And that’s something that I imagine we won’t see till all of these fixes are finalized and released.