Batman: Arkham Knight PC launched with an array of performance issues for all but the luckiest of PC owners, so much so that Warner Brothers pulled the game from sale until it had addressed the problems.
Now, Warner Brothers has confirmed that Batman: Arkham Knight PC will go on sale once again starting on the 28th October along with all the DLC that console owners have had access to and 4 months after it was pulled. However, there is no sign of free content for early adopters that didn’t request a refund or as an apology for such a shaky launch on PC. This missing aspect of the re-release has caused quite an backlash in itself on the Steam Announcement page such as RYU’s comment which mirrors what a lot of other players have also said:
Starting at 1pm Eastern on the 28th October, the game will be available on Steam and coincides with an update that brings Photo Mode, Big Head Mode, character selection and AR challenges to the game.
Batman: Arkham Knight is available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the PC version will be available starting on the 28th October.