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Rocksteady Studios has released a big new patch for the PC edition of Batman: Arkham Knight to fix its abundant technical issues.
The patch will automatically download once you start up Steam. Once you start up the game, you should hopefully notice the following changes:
They described today's update as an "interim patch." The comments on their Steam announcement bear out this point. While this patch fixed some players' problems, others find the Dark Knight's latest adventure completely unplayable. Rocksteady still has plenty of work to do on the PC version.
While the developers keep cleaning up the game, they'll also be tackling these items on their to-do list:
Arkham Knight's PC version was such a mess at launch that publisher Warner Bros. stopped selling it. The only people playing it now are the gamers who picked it up right after its release. I'm sure more than a few took advantage of the expanded Steam refund policy to get their money back, though.
Warner Bros. hasn't indicated when they'll start selling the PC edition again. A leaked retailer email from July suggested it would be available sometime this fall. That seems like a plausible goal now that they've released today's major patch. Whether or not anyone's willing to buy the game after the months of issues is another matter, though.