After months in the shadows, Warner Bros. re-launched the Batman: Arkham Knight, and this time it seems to work. To celebrate, the publisher offers to those who has purchased it before November 16, and for those who already have it, they will receive a selection of games of Batman and some other things for free.

Batman: Arkham Knight again available on Steam -WB giving away free Arkham games

NVIDIA assisting Warner Bros to fix Batman Arkham Knight

Previously, as promised by Warner, who have the game before the agreed date they will receive copies of Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, Batman: Arkham Origins and Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate. Delivery is planned for sometime in December via Valve.

Rocksteady is also working in the Community Challenge Pack, which will be delivered for free in January 2016, before becoming our platform. Furthermore, in collaboration with Valve, a popular exclusive item for Team Fortress 2, which will be developed through a contest expected.

The re-release hasn’t gone completely smoothly, however. SLI and Crossfire aren’t playing nice, and some folk with single GPUs are even reporting issues with newer drivers. Meanwhile, “For Windows 10 users, we’ve found that having at least 12GB of system RAM on a PC allows the game to operate without paging and provides a smoother gameplay experience.” Holy high disposable incomes, Batman – 12 Gigabytes? 

After four months, Batman: Arkham Knight returns to the Steam store the same value as was originally published, and is expected to launch in good condition, unlike the lousy port we received in July, by which Warner Bros. decided to remove it from sales. We’ll see how this new version is developed to see if fulfilled as promised.