When Batman: Arkham Knight launched back in June, the PC version was an absolute train wreck. The frame rate was capped at 30fps, it lacked graphical effects present in the console versions, and the backlash eventually caused Warner Bros. to halt sales completely while Rocksteady cleaned up the mess. Four months later, and the game has finally returned to Steam for $50. The publisher has decided to offer up a few free digital goods to make up for the debacle, but one question remains: Are the technical issues finally dealt with for good?
"that while all existing DLC now works on the PC release, proper SLI and CrossFire support still haven’t been patched in."
""Windows 7 users may experience paging issues after “extended gameplay sessions,” and the notes say that anyone running Windows 10 would benefit from having at least 12GB of RAM. Considering the recommended specs only call for 8GB of RAM, this makes it seem like there’s still a lot of optimization work that needs to be done. And if we go by the most popular Steam reviews, there’s an awful lot of crashes happening right now.""