While the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight has had so many problems that it was once straight pulled off the market, Rocksteady games has been attempting to get the game up and running and stable for the last few months. While the game has been brought back to the PC, there have still been some glitches and the company just announced a new patch geared towards getting rid of several problems.
The latest patch addresses issues such as support for the January DLC content, and is supposed to fix a number of keyboard and mouse prompts that had them functioning incorrectly after certain keys had been rebound, and has some miscellaneous DLC gameplay fixes and stability improvements. The official change log is listed below and its extensive enough that it’s clear the company appears to be getting a handle on fixing the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight.
- Added support for January DLC content
- Fixed issues with the benchmark map which could occur after installing the Season of Infamy: Most Wanted Expansion content
- Resolved an issue on some notebook PC hardware where the screen flickers on launch. Users will require the latest Nvidia drivers and Microsoft Windows drivers installed.
- Fixed some keyboard and mouse prompts functioning incorrectly after certain keys had been rebound.
- Fixed an issue on the in-game store where free DLCs were shown to have a value of “.0”
- Addressed an issue where rebinding keys could cause quickfire gadget attacks to work incorrectly for Batgirl, Red Hood or Harley Quinn
- Miscellaneous DLC gameplay fixes and stability improvements