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It looks like Batman: Arkham Knight fans are going to be kept plenty busy this month, with all sorts of new DLC coming to the Caped Crusader’s latest outing including new missions and new skins for the Batsuit and Batmobile pulled straight out of the upcoming movie, Batman v superman: Dawn of Justice.
Batman: Arkham Knight has had something of a tragic history on the PC and, as of today, yet another chapter is being added to that sad tale. As it turns out, the game won't support multiple GPUs, as was part of the original plan.
Very disheartening news for PC gamers: Batman: Arkham Knight is slightly improved over its release in June but you'll need the mythical $3,000 super-rig to run it at 1080p and 60fps... and even then you're not guaranteed a solid experience. That's according to a new performance analysis.
Batman: Arkham Knight's PC version has returned to stores following a long hiatus. To mark the occasion, Warner Bros. is giving away freebies to the early adopters of the game.
Warner Bros and Rocksteady Studios have finally set an official re-release date into stone for the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight.
Warner Bros. has decided to be less mysterious about the upcoming downloadable content for Batman: Arkham Knight. Today they released full details on all the remaining DLC for the open-world action game.
Sometimes there are some really great games with really terrible ports. PC games are usually on the receiving end of these terrible ports. A shame really because it tarnishes what would otherwise be an awesome gaming experience across every platform.
Batman: Arkham Knight's PC version is almost set to be re-released. Warner Bros. gave an estimate for its release date on Steam late Thursday.
There are some really great games out there and sometimes they run into a little problem of being longer than they should be. It doesn't make the games any worse for wear, it's just that they sometimes get long in the tooth and could wrap up their main story a lot faster than what's actually implemented.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has clarified that the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight will go on sale once again in the coming weeks. The game was originally pulled shortly after it launched on PC after tens of thousands of negative reviews went up after gamers reported that the game was nigh unplayable.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and the development team at Rocksteady have announced that the steady stream of DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight will continue today with the launch of a new skin for your Batmobile and the Caped Crusader himself, as well as some additional Crime Fighting challenges.
Rocksteady Studios has released a big new patch for the PC edition of Batman: Arkham Knight to fix its abundant technical issues.
Batman: Arkham Knight's developers are on the verge of releasing another update for the troubled PC version of the game. They've released preliminary patch notes and announced a rough release window.
Bruce Wayne is a rich dude, so it makes sense that the Batcave’s garage in Arkham Knight would be fully stocked. And now that the 1989 movie Batmobile has been added to the lineup, the next piece of machinery we have to look forward to is none other than the Tumbler from the 2008 Dark Knight movie.
Batman: Arkham Knight is going retro with the addition of the 1989 Batmobile next week. Rocksteady Studios put up a brand new video detailing the Batmobile, which will be available for purchase as DLC.