Four villains, one hero. Can the Dark Knight deliver a decent farewell of fisticuffs in the final batch of Arkham Knight downloadable content? Yes, yes he can actually.
Batman: Arkham Knight is still recieving updates on it’s far from fixed PC version, but they’re getting less and less useful.
This month sees an additional two Arkham Episodes released, that focuses on fan-favourite burglar Catwoman and the boy wonder, Robin. Neither episode, sets any new benchmarks for the middling story content released so far.
Dont give up all hope, PC gamers. Rocksteady and Warner are continuing to patch Arkham Knight. Does anyone really still care?
The PC release of Arkham Knight continues to be a shambles. The developer has thrown in the wtowel on getting multiple GPU support working.
Following unrelenting issues with the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight, Warner Bros. is offering refunds until the end of the year unconditionally.
I haven’t been impressed with Batman: Arkham Knight’s season pass content so far. The story DLC has been pitiful, while the rest of the content has been cosmetic at best. There’s still three more months of content on the way however. And it looks like developer Rocksteady has more of the same on the way. Except now, the content is actually sounding a bit better.
Batsuits have and always will be a key selling point for the Arkham franchise. But there’s a pair of batsuits that have never made it into the game (outside of PC mods that is). And I am of course, talking about the costumes worn in the Christopher Nolan Batman movies.
Still waiting for Warner to re-release Arkham Knight on PC? You shouldn;t be waiting for too much longer.
This new DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight is like totally groovy, maaaaaaaan. Now everybody form a circle and join me as I do the Bat-tusi dance. Ha! I bet Christian Bale can’t do this!
It’s been a rough couple of months for anyone who got their hands on the title before Warner Bros. Interactive pulled it from shelves. After a quick beta test however, the patch is now finally available for anyone who has the game.
It’s been months since Batman: Arkham Knight launched in a broken, buggy state on PC – and it’s going to stay that way for the next few weeks