Batman: Arkham Knight Still Having Issues on the PC
When Batman Arkham: Knight originally released back in June, its PC release came with it a number of issues. With bugs, glitches, and the like so substantial that publisher Warner Bros pulled it from Steam altogether to take a few weeks to re-work the game and then give it another launch on the platform.
It has now been re-released on the PC via Steam and unfortunately is still showing signs of issues. After its four month hiatus, users reported the first problems less than 24 hours after its release across both Steam and Reddit. Various problems include, most prominently, the stuttering and plummeting frame rates, as well as the game just freezing altogether.
Warner Bros released a blog post addressing and acknowledging the continuing problems, including the fact that they weren’t able to do away with two of the initial bugs that plagued the game to begin with back at launch. The post warns users of Windows 7 regarding a hard driving paging issue that comes after “extended gameplay sessions.” A simple re-launch of the game will fix that problem.
Meanwhile, the post has recommended that users of Windows 10 have “at least 12 GB of system RAM” – though the recommended specs for the game specify 8 GB.
Hopefully these problems can be sorted out sooner rather than later, and PC users can finally appreciate the game the way it was meant to be played.
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