Rocksteady Studio’s Batman: Arkham Knight will be re-released for PC on October 28 at 10 AM PDT.
The game will include all the downloadable content from the console version.
Rocksteady social marketing manager Gaz Deaves stated the latest patch for the PC will also feature DLC achievements from the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
For the first time, PC gamers get access to Photo and Big Head mode. Like the console versions, the PC version will allow players to select characters for AR challenges. Rocksteady promises more features will be announced in the patch update notes.
Players with the Season Pass will get exclusive access to Arkham Episodes Story Packs (featuring Batgirl, Harley Quinn and Nightwing story packs), Batmobile Race Tracks, Crime Fighter Challenge Packs, and several Batmobile and character skins.
Sales for Batman: Arkham Knight were suspended on June 24 after players reported significant bugs — random freezing, framerate stuttering and audio glitches — which were not found in the console versions. Players with AMD graphics card reportedly experienced more issues with the game than others. This year, Steam introduced a refund policy, which allowed gamers to seek refunds for games they weren’t satisfied with. At the time, Arkham Knight distributor WB Games stated that customers, who already bought the game, can request a refund.
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