Warner Bros. gets Batman: Arkham Knight of Steam users after complaints




Publisher Warner Bros. has Batman: Arkham Knight Steam removed after complaints from users. The intention is that the game will appear later, but the problems are so great that the publisher has decided to just stop selling the PC version.

Warner Bros. says working on an update to fix the problems, but do not know when that opens. The problems did not come as a surprise; before the release took about stories. The problems mainly affect PC users with AMD video cards. The complaints include that the frame rate goes down when for example driving the Batmobile, the game occasionally stutter and stall or that the game totally crashes while playing.

Warner Bros. apologizes and says that gamers Arkham Knight already bought on Steam can get their money back. Why Warner Bros. the release has not delayed while the problems were known before the release is unclear.

The game was released this week not only to Steam, but also to get the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. On the console versions come the problems that PC users have not.


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