Batman’s PC gaming theme is never getting old, with the new version the fan club tend to increase. But this time things are changing a little bit. After an important number of criticisms concerning performance problems for the Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment has made the choice to willingly eliminate the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight from the Steam digital distribution network. This come as a big surprise to all of us and people are getting their hopes up that the glitches will be resolved and the game will be good to go.
The fourth heading in the prevalent Arkham sequence of Batman games hesitated at the starting line, with the publisher dragging the PC version of the game just one day after the game’s announcement on June 23.
In spite of a warm welcome by fans and critics comparable, gamers who were playing the heading on PC soon procured to message boards complaining of audio glitches, frame rate drips and even freezing. The problems appear to be predominantly dominant for people using AMD graphics cards in their gaming PCs.
Forgiving PC gamers were once again hit with launch-day subjects averting them from completely liking the game, while the PlayStation 4 and Xbox. One version was free of such glitches.
At a time when PC gaming has been recovering reliability thanks to structures like VR and 4K gaming being most at home on PC, the unsuccessful presentation of a highly expected game like Batman: Arkham Knight says to the outdated PC gaming fear of malfunctions and hardware mismatch.
According to the Gary Lake-Schaal VP of Game Technology at Warner Bros posted on Steam to proclaim the game’s elimination, with the news being cross-posted on the Warner Bros public forum.
The Batman: Arkham fans have repeatedly reinforced the franchise to its existing height of achievement, and the company want to thank you for your persistence as we work to carry an efficient version of Batman: Arkham Knight on PC so you can all relish the final chapter of the Batman: Arkham sequence as it was meant to be played. It is our sole duty to make the game up and running.
Considering the fact that Warner Bros has demanded that fans stay persistent while the glitches are smoothed out, but with this gave the option that Steam users can appeal a refund if desired. For now Batman: Arkham Knight will return to Steam once developer Rock steady Studios trolls out a repair for the PC version of the game.