Batman fans on Windows who have been waiting patiently for Batman: Arkham Knight to be re-released on the PC will finally get their wish on Tuesday, October 28. That's when Warner Bros. Interactive will finally offer the acclaimed action game for sale again on the PC platform.
The publisher suspended sales of the PC version in late June a few days after it went on sale, due to a ton of bugs being discovered in the game after it was released. People who bought the game before it was pulled got patches that improved Batman: Arkham Knight and now Warner Bros. Interactive feels the improvements are good enough to let people buy the game again.
In a Steam Community message, Warner Bros. Interactive stated
"At 10 am PDT, Oct. 28th, Batman: Arkham Knight will be re-released for the PC platform. At the same time we'll also be releasing a patch that brings the PC version fully up-to-date with content that has been released for console (with the exception of console exclusives). This means that next week, all PC players will have access to Photo Mode, Big Head Mode, Batman: Arkham Asylum Batman Skin, and character selection in combat AR challenges."
PC owners of the game who signed up for the Season Pass worth of extra post-release content will also be able to access those packs for the first time as well. It includes a ton of new story missions, Batmobile tracks, new challenges, and a host of character and Batmobile skins.
Source: Steam Community
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