YouTuber Candyland published a video for Batman Arkham Knight comparing the PC, PS4 and Xbox One version. The PS4 version is running game at 1080P, Xbox one at 900P while the PC version of the game is running at max settings with 60fps enabled in the config.ini. The system they used in this video is equipped with Intel Core i7 4770K 3.50 GHz packed with 16 GB DDR3 RAM and GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB. You can watch the video below, enjoy the show!
Batman Arkham Knight – PC Vs PS4 Vs Xbox One Graphics Comparison
From the video we can clearly see that the PC version of Batman Arkham Knight is lacking of ambient occlusion. But on the other side of note you cannot set the ambient occlusion in the Graphics setting menu, you have to edit the config.ini file and set it to True.
The PC version of Batman Arkham Knight is facing lots of criticism due to bad optimization and players using NVIDIA or AMD Graphics cards both are facing lags and stuttering.
Finally, last night Rocksteady admitted that they have outsourced the PC version Port, and that outsourcing was the real cause, also the PC version is equipped with DRM protection and many of folks are blaming it for poor performance.
Quickly, Rocksteady has taken charge of the situation, and although they do not give estimated dates for updates, commented on the matter.
We are aware that some users are reporting performance problems with the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight. This is something that is taken very seriously Rocksteady. We are working closely with our external development partner for PC, to ensure that problems are resolved as soon as possible.