Warner Bros. is apologizing for the broken Windows PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight by delaying DLC on that particular platform.
Warner Bros. announced through its support forum of the video game claiming that it has heard the “outcry of disappointment” of several gamers experiencing the issues on PC, moreover the company also apologized to the gamers stating “We would like to apologize to you, the fans”.
The increased focus on improving the PC version of this game has had an impact on the development of all DLC content for the PC version, which is why the first DLC will not be released for PC players on July 14th.
The Batgirl downloadable add-on for Batman: Arkham Knight comes out this week for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One – but not PC.
Batman Arkham Knight has been released late last month in all regions on consoles and PC and has managed to become quite successful despite some gameplay elements that not many have enjoyed.
Given Arkham Knight’s already rocky recent history on the PC, it should come as no surprise that the publisher is holding off on offering the next big DLC package until it can be, you know, properly tested and stuff.
Codemaster’s Community Manager seems to have taken notice of these issues, as he posted his reply on reddit assuring they are working on fixing the PC version.
Fixes, which Rocksteady outlined previously, are now being implemented into the game and once initial testing is completed, the firm will have a “better idea” on how the PC version is progressing. Stay tuned for new update from Rocksteady on this next week.
Hopefully next week will also bring news of when Batman: Arkham Knight will go back on sale.