Batman: Arkham Knight is pretty darn broken for most PC gamers. The title jutters like mad, and some have even reported that its framerate falls all the way down to five per second. Five.
As such, it’s been pulled from services like Steam until it’s fixed. The good news? Rocksteady is okay with this, as they should be.
Game Director and Co-founder of Rocksteady Sefton Hill took to Twitter to tell gamers that his studio is hard at work with another patch to fix the issues, though this much we’ve known.
WBGames is working with the PC developer IronGalaxy to address the issues ASAP. Rocksteady will provide any support to get this resolved.2/2
— Sefton Hill (@Seftonhill) June 23, 2015
Hill then fired this one off late Thursday night regarding the halt of sales and what they’re doing about it.
Totally supported decision to suspend PC version. We have our best engineers at Rocksteady working like crazy to help fix the issues ASAP.
— Sefton Hill (@Seftonhill) June 25, 2015
Not all PC users are experiencing extreme problems with Batman: Arkham Knight, for what it’s worth. However, I’d wager a majority of players have at least some detrimental issue going on with the game.
It currently boasts a five out of 10 on Steam.
We’ll have more on Batman: Arkham Knight as it comes.