The weird, sad story of the PC port of Batman: Arkham Knight may be near its conclusion. The game returned to Steam last week, but players found that the intervening four months didn't really help its performance. Because of those ongoing inssues, Warner Bros. Interactive has announced that players who have purchased the game can return it for a refund at any time during the remainder of 2015.
The refund program covers both the main game and the "season pass" for downloadable content, so long as both pieces of software are returned at the same time. WB Interactive threw out all the caveats of Steam's normal refund policy, too. Players can return Batman: Arkham Knight regardless of how long they've had the game and how many hours they've spent playing.
WB Interactive's statement didn't do much to reassure players who hoped Arkham Knight would finally get the PC port it deserved. The publisher promises to continue addressing "the issues that we can fix and talk to you about the issues that we cannot fix."
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