Batman: Arkham Knight will soon receive a patch on PC that will bring the game to content parity with the console version of the title.
On Batman: Arkham Knight’s Steam page, social marketing manager Gaz Deaves confirmed that the update, which is due by the end of October, will allow gamers to access “all the patch content and non-exclusive DLC released across all platforms at that point.” Of course, you will have to purchase post-launch content in order to play it.
“So when it launches, Batman: Arkham Knight for PC will have content-parity with console with the exception of platform-exclusive DLC,” Deaves continued. “Not wanting to speak for everyone here, but I think we’re all looking forward to this patch being live.”
Batman: Arkham Knight ran into severe issues on PC when the game released earlier this year. The issues led to publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment suspending sales. Earlier this month, the publisher confirmed that the game will be available on PC again by the end of October.
Batman: Arkham Knight is available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and soon on PC. The game’s next major expansion, Catwoman’s Revenge, is set after the events of the main game. The expansion has gamers play as Catwoman “as she seeks her revenge on Riddler.”