updated - October 24, 2020 Saturday EDT
Last week, WB Games announced PS4 and Xbox One players are getting a new "Batman: Arkham Knight" DLC. It turns out the PC port will be available again soon.
"'Batman: Arkham Knight' is based on the DC Comics' core Batman license and is available now for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft. The PC version of the game will be available in the coming weeks," the statement said.
Released back in June together with the PS4 and Xbox One versions, "Arkham Knight's" PC port was pulled from the market "due to significant graphical and performance bugs and glitches," according to GameSpot.
Per the website, it was revealed that a small team outside principal developer Rocksteady worked on the PC port. Rocksteady has since apologized for the performance issues and released patches and fixes to improve the game.
"Now three months later, the game has had a few updates, some quite significant, and it seems like the publisher feels it is ready for another shot," Attack of the Fanboy said.
Unfortunately, WB Games failed to mention when exactly the "Batman: Arkham Knight" PC port will come out again. The game's product page on Steam still indicates "fall 2015" availability, as PC Gamer pointed out. Sales remain suspended as of this writing.
"Arkham Knight" is the fourth instalment of the "Arkham" games franchise. It follows 2013's "Batman: Arkham Origins." Since its launch, Rocksteady has released DLCs adding story-driven missions, challenge maps, Batman family character skins, racetracks and more.
Arriving later this month is the "Catwoman's Revenge" DLC. Set after the events of the main game, it will have players pursue The Riddler as Catwoman as she seeks her revenge against him.
In the meantime, stay tuned for updates on the "Batman: Arkham Knight" PC port release.
TOP 10 FRANCHISES OF 2020