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Warner Bros. gives to the end of the year money back to Arkham Knight
Warner Bros. has indicated that people with the Windows version of Batman: Arkham Knight their money until the end of 2015 to get back. This is because the performance problems persist even after a four-month-long suspension of the sale in order to be able to remedy the problems.
Warner Bros. community manager Yorick reports on the Steam Community it “regrettable” that players despite the work that the company has stopped the game still suffer from things like low frame rates and frame rate hitches. To compensate, players until the end of 2015 to reclaim their money on Steam. They can also get their money back for the season pass. Only season pass to hand and not the game itself is not possible. Normally, players can get their money back if they submit an application to do so within 14 days of purchase and the game have played more than two hours. These conditions apply not now. Warner Bros. is pressing ahead with work on the problems and promises “to communicate with players about the problems that can not solve Warner Bros.”.
The Windows version of Batman: Arkham Knight was two days after its release in June, again from the market brought. A large part of the users had to deal with extremely low frame rates and frame rate hitches. Additionally lacked SLI support and ran the pagefile regularly filled unless players have a lot of RAM and VRAM. On October 28th the game was available again. Warner Bros. has between the release and the rerelease four months had the time to solve the technical problems. Although the situation seems better than before, players are still far from satisfied with the performance in the game. SLI support is still absent. According to anonymous sources who were involved in the development of the game did Warner Bros. several months before the release of the technical problems away.
Valve-worker Sean J sets the reaction to the announcement that at the time of writing is a problem with the return system whereby the playing time is still taken into account. He says that Valve it is working to correct it.
Batman: Arkham Knight was also released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. These versions of the performance problems in question do not have.Viewing:-123
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