Major Issues with PC Version of Batman: Arkham Knight

With the release of the major hyped and much anticipated title, Batman: Arkham Knight, it would appear that its having some major issues on the PC side!

Arkham Community Manager CODA made a topic yesterday on the WBGames forums addressing the issue, but could not give much detail;
“Hi all

We’re aware that some users are reporting performance issues with the PC Version of Batman: Arkham Knight.  This is something that Rocksteady takes very seriously.  We are working closely with our external PC development partner to make sure these issues get resolved as quickly as possible.

We’ll update this thread when we’ve got more info to share”

According to reports on IGN, Steam, and WBGames forums itself, it would see that the number of users having the issues is far passed “some”.  Seeing how most gamers are extremely quick to go directly off first hour impressions and day one launch issues of a game, Batman: Arkham Knight has a staggering 6,200+ reviews with it only being out less then two days, only problem…. Its “Mostly Negative”.  Of the current 6,271 reviews, 4,299 are negative.  And most of these negative reviews are people complaining about game breaking glitches, unplayable lag, 30 FPS lock, and extremely buggy gameplay. An update on Steam has said that “WB Games is working diligently with our development teams, NVIDIA and AMD, to identify and fix the issues as quickly as possible.”

AMD and NVIDIA have already released the updated drivers and they’re hoping that this will fix the problems, which, as a future possible player of this game myself, I do hope they get fixed and I hope that the steam reviews decide to change and update so reflect how the game is

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