We already know that the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight is quite a mess, bad enough that publisher WB Interactive has temporarily halted sales of the game. Now, word has it that Arkham Knight may not be fixed for a while yet. Kotaku Australia reports that a leaked internal EB Games email tells employees that the game will not get the full suite of promised patches "until Spring," or fall for those of us in the northern hemisphere.
The use of seasons is vague, but it may mean that PC gamers will have to wait until September at the earliest to receive the fully patched game. A recent post by WB Interactive apologized to customers and said that the game will not return to stores until all parties involved complete development work, so a
spring fall re-release likely means the patches won't be ready until then.
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