Rocksteady is releasing an interim spot to help resolve a few of the problems in Batman: Arkham Knight leading up to significant patch overhaul due for release this August. The interim patch includes some crucial repairs for players who currently own a copy of the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight.
PC Invasion spotted a recent upgrade from Rocksteady over on the Steam update thread where they announced what sort of brand-new repairs they’re executing for a game that launched extremely broken for PC.
A few of the updates for the August patch will certainly consist of making it possible for the option of playing above 30fps. This is among those video games that has been listed by The Framerate Police as previously remaining in offense of hard-locking PC gamers to only 30fps.
The low-resolution texture bug that would force the graphics down to lower settings than normal is also anticipated to be taken care of, in addition to the Nvidia SLI bug. Speaking of Nvidia– both Nvidia and AMD will have SLI and Crossfire support effectively executed in the brand-new spot. And to make sure that they do not bug out, the VRAM bug that was causing the video game to carry out extremely inadequately will likewise be dealt with.
As for the most recent interim upgrade, it consists of a fix for a crash that was occurring when leaving the video game. If there’s something to be stated for crashes it’s most likely best that they take place when you’re exiting the video game as opposed to when you’re attempting to conserve the game or complete an objective.
They also took care of a bug that handicapped rain and ambient occlusion results. That’s an extremely safe bug … disabling taxing post-processing impacts like that. Typically bugs do the opposite: produce a great deal of tax on the hardware.
No Patch vs With Patch
Among the most outright problems with the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight– outside of the game’s poor frame-rate and performance issues– was a bug that triggered the video game to completely re-download the entire thing whenever gamers would try to validate the honesty of the video game cache. Oops.
If you’re the type of gamer dealing with caps and bandwidth restrictions, the last thing you require is a video game that’s north of 45GB constantly re-downloading anytime it has a file confirmation.
It’s a real shame that Batman: Arkham Knight introduced in such a broken state on PC. At the minute the video game is still not available for purchase for PC as Warner Bros needed to stop sales while Rocksteady Studios stepped in to fix up and fix the game.
The tentative reestablishment of sales for the PC variation of Warner Bros’ newest Batman is expected to start when again this fall. After refunds was available in quick and heavy for the AAA game this summer season, Warner Bros., didn’t squander at any time in halting the game sales after a bunch of unfavorable testimonials flooded the Steam shop suggesting that the game was beside nigh unplayable for any individual who didn’t have the most high-end of PCs. What’s more is that allegedly a report suggested that Warner Bros., learnt about these problems but overlooked the QA’s attempts to resolve the problems before release. Well, they’re being dealt with now.