As promised a few days ago, Warner Bros. Interactive is once again selling the Windows PC version of its hit super-hero action console game Batman: Arkham Knight via Steam. The game was first released in June alongside the console versions, but was pulled from circulation just a few days later due to a large number of issues that made the game unplayable.
The price for the game is $49.99 on Steam, plus there's the option to buy the game with its Season Pass, which offers access to a ton of post-release DLC content, for $89.99. In addition, Warner Bros. Interactive is offering some free games for a limited time for Batman: Arkham Knight PC buyers:
In January, Warner Bros. Interactive will release a "Community Challenge Pack" for the game, which will be offered to PC players first before its available for consoles.
Even though the game is available to play again, there are still some known issues with the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight.
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