WB Games solves some of the performance issues of Batman: Arkham Knight on




After the latest update for Batman: Arkham Knight apparently leaked on the beta channel of the game and was reversed again, is the latest patch for the performance issues Arkham Knight is now available for all owners of the game on Steam.

WB Games community administrator Yorick suggests that some of the known issues with the interim patch. For example, should be reduced frame rate-hitches, the use of RAM and VRAM is optimized, all GPUs have to perform better, the low-resolution texture-bugs have been resolved and, the use of a mechanical HDD no longer to hitches. The options menu is extensive with more institutions, including probably an adjustable FPS cap, which also appeared in the beta patch.

Warner Bros. states that it is still working on support for SLI and Crossfire and a bug that only occurs in Windows 7 with 8GB ram with an Nvidia GPU during long gaming sessions. They are also working to unspecified problems with AMD-GPUs under Windows 10. Finally, the company is working on adding support for the DLC and season pass content and the Photo Mode.

Several users report that the situation has improved. Others have, however, say again experience new texture bugs and crashes. The game is certainly not ready to go on sale again. When this eventually will happen, is not known.


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