‘Gotham Knights’ gets PC patch to tackle performance issues

Gotham Knights, from developer Warner Bros. Games Montréal, has been patched on PC in a bid to tackle the sport’s performance issues, with a console patch deliberate later this week.

Fans had been dissatisfied to discover that Gotham Knights had a big selection of technical issues when it launched on October 21, with gamers elevating complaints about body charge issues, crashes in addition to different complaints.

In response, Warner Bros. Games Montréal has mentioned that it’s “aware that players on both PC and console have been experiencing performance challenges.” Taking to Twitter, the developer added that “the team is hard at work on a larger patch to improve performance overall and give you the best possible experience. For console users, we are specifically aiming to address challenges with framerate stability.”

The patch, the complete notes for that are accessible right here, is meant to deal with basic fixes, corresponding to keyboard enter issues, co-op matchmaking invitation fixes in addition to varied crash fixes. This patch is presently for PC gamers solely – the developer added that the subsequent patch coming to consoles is deliberate for the top of the week, and that it’s going to “address a mix of needed fixes that have popped up since launch.”

Warner Bros. has requested gamers to proceed reporting bugs within the sport by way of the Gotham Knights web site.

Gotham Knights. Credit: Warner Bros. Games.
Gotham Knights. Credit: Warner Bros. Games.

Despite the technical issues, Gotham Knights largely impressed Jake Tucker in his four-star overview for EpicGames News. While the sport is let down by some shaky stealth sections, the fight is the place Gotham Knights actually shines. Tucker additionally heaped reward on the sport’s forged of characters in its co-op gameplay.

Ultimately, Tucker argues, the sport makes a “fairly solid package, but Gotham Knights just feels a little cheap. Movement feels a little clunky, stealth feels poorly implemented – especially coming from a studio that worked on an Arkham game – and it really just feels like it could have done with another few coats of paint.”

In different gaming information, Infinity Ward has warned that anybody who adjustments their console’s area to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 early may face being “locked out of the game” till it releases on October 28.

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