Rocksteady Studios is still a ways away from going gold with Batman: Arkham Knight. The studio targets roughly six months between now and the completion of development.

The studio was recently asked about resolution and frame rate for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC title. Specifically, they were asked about the PlayStation 4’s version of the game. The developer explained that they didn’t know exactly how the dust would settle.

“We’re about six months away from going gold. So we don’t know what the resolution and the frame rate’s going to be yet. That’s something that happens during the optimization phase of the game. We’re aiming for parity across all platforms. Whatever it is, it’s going to be awesome.”

When Rocksteady finally does hit gold, they’ll be going for platform parity between the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Batman: Arkham Knight. If they hit it, it won’t matter much which console you buy your next Batman effort for, as they’ll be both running in the same resolution at the same frames per second.

What, exactly, those numbers wind up being obviously remains to be seen. Batman: Arkham Knight is bound for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in June of 2015.

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