Batman: Arkham Knight Dev's "Best Engineers Working Like Crazy" to Fix PC Problems

Rocksteady assures it is working hard to remedy issues.

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Rocksteady has said it supported Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's decision to suspend Batman: Arkham Knight sales from Steam in light of recent issues with the game.

Posting on Twitter, studio co-founder and director of the Batman: Arkham series, Sefton Hill, also said the studio has its "best engineers" helping to fix the issues.

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Shortly after its release, Batman: Arkham Knight players on PC reported significant and noticeable performance issues, including sporadic freezes, frame-rate stutters, and audio glitches.

Rocksteady previously released a statement saying the issues are something the studio "takes very seriously."

It added: "We are working closely with our external PC development partner to make sure these issues get resolved as quickly as possible."

Ahead of its patch, publisher Warner Bros. offered guidelines on which Batman Arkham Knight PC settings people should select to curb some of the problems.

Following this, however, Warner Bros. suspended sales of the PC version of the game until the issues are fixed. Graphics card giant Nvidia has said it is offering its QA and technical assistance to help quell the problem.

The PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight was ported by a team at Iron Galaxy Studios, which previously worked on the equally compromised PC port of Batman: Arkham Origins.

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