It’s been a long, lonely road if you’ve been dying to play Batman: Arkham Knight on PC. Nearly five months after it was pulled from Steam following rampant reports of game-breaking glitches, crashes, and terrible frame-rates, Rocksteady Studios’ final entry in the Arkham universe will see a rerelease on Steam just days before Halloween, WB Games confirms.
We were told a few weeks ago that the game was making its comeback later this month, and that appears to be the case. In a statement on the game’s Steam page, WB announced that Arkham Knight will be officially relaunched at 10 AM PDT on October 28th.
The PC port fully support all of the game’s released DLC since its original launch last June, including its Big Head Mode, Photo Mode, AR Challenges, and its story missions of Batgirl: A Matter of Family as well as GCPD Lockdown. It’s presumed that it’ll receive this month’s upcoming story DLC, Catwoman’s Revenge, when it hits consoles.
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