Further Delays For the PC Version of Batman: Arkham City

Batman is out and hitting consoles all over the world, giving gamers just a taste of what ti would be like to be the real caped crusader, everyone except PC gamers that is.  Adding on to previous delays it seems the console iteration of Rocksteady’s latest game has been pushed back a further 7 days.

The delay is apparently down to Rocksteady optimizing the version for it’s PC launch, allowing for amazing graphics and texture rendering. Though the wait will surely be annoying some of the egaer PC crowd, it should be worth the wait in the end. There is still, however, no word on what DLC will be available for PC gamers at launch, or whether any of the issues that have plagued console versions will be present.

What Rocksteady are calling the ‘definitve’ version of Batman: Arkham City will be released on the 25th of November and will see full support for 3D, PhysX and Direct X 11.

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