James Orry by on Jun 25, 2015

Nvidia providing QA & engineering resources to help fix Batman: Arkham Knight PC

Nvidia is working with Warner Bros. to help improve the performance of Batman: Arkham Knight on PC, the company has told VideoGamer.com.

In a statement provided to us this morning, an Nvidia representative explained: “We are working with WB Games and the development teams to address the performance issues of the PC version of Batman Arkham Knight. We have made our QA and engineering resources available and will provide updates when they are available.”

The PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight is supposed to offer additional detail over the console versions, including higher rendering resolutions and a range of Nvidia GameWorks effects such as interactive fog and smoke, interactive paper debris, PhysX destruction and enhanced rain.

GeForce GTX gamers can also utilise additional Nvidia features like Dynamic Super Resolution(DSR), GameStream, GeForce Experience one-click Optimal Playable Settings, G-SYNC, and ShadowPlay.

Earlier today Warner announced that it would be suspending sales of the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight until it was happy with the game’s quality. It remains unclear how long it will take for a new version to be ready for sale.


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Batman: Arkham Knight

on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Rocksteady returns with the explosive finale to the Arkham quadrilogy.

Release Date:

23 June 2015