Well, we have the end of the story of Batman Arkham Knight, ending that we have never expected because Warner Bros. has officially confirmed that there will be no more updates to relevant this game, minor problems might be solved in the future, but fixing the whole game is impossible, so Warner Bros. will return the money to all buyers for digital purchases.

Batman Arkham Knight: PC version is Unfixable, offers refunds


Moreover, the company did not say whether the game would still be available for purchase, but hopefully yes although the price should come down significantly.

“We are very sorry that many of our customers continue to be unhappy with the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight,”Warner Bros. official community admin said in a recent update on Steam. “We worked hard to get the game to live up to the standard you deserve but understand that many of you are still experiencing issues.”

“Until the end of 2015, we will be offering a full refund on Batman: Arkham Knight PC, regardless of how long you have played the product. You can also return the Season Pass along with the main game (but not separately). For those of you that hold onto the game, we are going to continue to address the issues that we can fix and talk to you about the issues that we cannot fix.”

This announcement comes just under four days of the re-release of Batman Arkham Knight on Steam, which had been withdrawn from sale for a period of four months to undergo improvements, optimization settings and make some corrections, but now when the game is released the requirements are also high as according to steam you must have at least 12 GB of RAM for smoother experience, thereby blocking access to a vast majority of players. Also, no support SLI and CrossFire are the biggest problem for many players.

Without doubt, the Warner Bros. has been the victim of betting on the next generation consoles leaving PC gamers aside, and something that will cost the company dearly. Worst of all is that the problems were already known one year before launch, when you hire 100 people for quality control of the game in the console version against 10 for the PC, so things happened. .

via: TweakTown, Neoseeker

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