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Batman: Arkham Knight is a mess on PC, surprisingly solid on consoles [Updated]


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Updated June 29, 2015: If you were curious about how the Xbox One version of Arkham Knight holds up, we now have a good idea of how it compares to the superlative PS4 version. Unsurprisingly, it’s running at 1600×900, and the occasional screen tearing happens slightly more frequently on Microsoft’s console. Still, the small performance issues don’t meaningfully impact gameplay, so you’re good to go on either console. As for the PC version, steer clear for the time being.

Editors Note: Rocksteady has released one 67MB patch so far for the PC version of Arkham Knight, but has an entire laundry list of fixes still to apply. Improvements on the to-list include support for >30 FPS in the graphics settings menu, fixes for low-resolution texture bugs, improved frame rates (and less hitching), explicit improvement of streaming from HDDs and SSDs, SLI bug fixes, Crossfire enablement, and updated drivers from AMD and NV. No word yet on when the updated version will be available and back on sale.

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