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Batman: Arkham Knight will return to the PC ‘in the coming weeks’

It looks like Warner Bros, Rocksteady and Nvidia’s own team of developers are close to finally getting Batman: Arkham Knight up to scratch on the PC. As a result, the game will soon be available to buy once again on Steam and the final patch should launch for those who already own the game.

An interim patch for the game was released a few weeks ago, which greatly improved the options menu but didn’t fix everything. This new patch will bring in some final performance updates and add in support for multiple graphics cards from both Nvidia and AMD.


Warner Bros didn’t make a big announcement out of this, so it could easily be missed. The tidbit of information was buried in an announcement for new skin DLC for the game on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. At the end of the press release Warner Bros noted: “The PC version of the game will be available in the coming weeks.”

We examined the Arkham Knight PC port back when it first launched. We will be revisiting it once the final patch comes out to see if the game is running as well as it should be after a few extra months of development.

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KitGuru Says: Quite a few people (myself included) have been waiting until the final patch to properly play Arkham Knight. Hopefully things will be working as they should be after the last few months of extra development time. Have any of you been waiting to play Arkham Knight? Did you suffer through the issues and beat it anyway? 

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