Rocksteady Studio stepped up to the plate last week and admitted that they knew the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight had some major issues before releasing it due to time restraints. However, it seems as if they took the fall for Warner Bros. Interactive who according to a Kotaku source, knew the PC version was not even close to being acceptable for release, but decided to release it anyway. An anonymous source claiming to be a QA tester said:
“I will say that it’s pretty rich for WB to act like they had no idea the game was in such a horrible state. It’s been like this for months and all the problems we see now were the exact same, unchanged, almost a year ago.”
After receiving a slew of harsh feedback from gamers on their gaming experience, Warner Bros pulled the PC version of Arkham Knight from shelves until everything is patched. Confirmation on if the WB knew of how buggy Arkham Knight was before release has not been received, but we will update on their denial or admission.
As expected though, on console, Batman: Arkham Knight is well-received by critics and gamers alike.