Rocksteady co-founder ‘totally supports’ Steam delisting Batman: Arkham Knight

Rocksteady “working like crazy” to fix the issues

Rocksteady co-founder and game director, Sefton Hill, supports Warner Bros.’ decision to pull the borked PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight from sale.

In a tweet late last night, Hill also added that the studio’s “best engineers” were “working like crazy” to get the problems rectified.

In earlier tweets, he confirmed that Rocksteady took the issues “very seriously” and was working closely with the PC developer IronGalaxy to “address the issues ASAP.”

There’s a temporary fix that came after the minimum specifications were changed overnight but if you’re still having problems — and have had enough — don’t forget about Steam’s updated refund policy.

In our recent Batman: Arkham Knight review (which was reviewed on PS4, thankfully), we said that it was “a solid, if uneven send-off for Rocksteady’s trilogy. Combat and predation are still satisfying. It’s full of nods, winks, nudges for batfans, even if certain super villain side missions feel needlessly tossed in.”

Vikki Blake