The PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight was a buggy mess at launch, and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive halted sales of the game as a result. After months of additional work, the long-awaited patched version of Rocksteady's latest Batman title will be re-released on October 28, according to an official statement from Warner Bros. Interactive:
At 10 am PDT, Oct. 28th, Batman: Arkham Knight will be re-released for the PC platform. At the same time we’ll also be releasing a patch that brings the PC version fully up-to-date with content that has been released for console (with the exception of console exclusives).
WB Interactive says most of the DLC that has been released for console players since launch will also be available for the PC. The company has included a full list of content available for the PC version in its announcement, but the highlights include extra missions, Batmobile racetracks, and extra skins for characters and vehicles. That extra content isn't free, though—players will still need a season pass to get it.
When Assassin's Creed: Unity experienced a rough launch, Ubisoft made it up to early buyers by offering them a free game. So far, it doesn't appear that WB Interactive will be making a similar gesture for early Arkham Knight buyers.