Warner Bros. will release a Batman: Arkham Knight patch in August that’ll fix some, but not all, of the PC version’s problems. The patch will focus on the issues outlined by the publisher’s June 27 update.
A fully fixed version of the game won’t be available until Fall.
The game was pulled from Steam and other platforms after players complained about numerous bugs and performance issues. It has been widely reported that Warner Bros. knew the game was a mess but pushed it out anyway. The PC port was outsourced to Iron Galaxy and received much less QA time than the console versions.
Warner Bros. will reveal more information about the interim patch closer to its release date.
Batman: Arkham Knight is available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Via Warner Bros.