The much maligned Batman: Arkham Knight returned to Steam on 28 October, and fans of the game are already reporting massive frame rate issues and hundreds of bugs. Publisher Warner Bros Interactive is recommending at least 12GB of RAM for Windows 10 users to stave off performance drops.
The PC version of Arkham Knight was originally pulled from shelves and online shortly after its release back in June due to a raft of problems with the game. It was essentially unplayable in its original state, and Warner had promised to fix everything before putting it on sale again. However, it looks like they have done little to improve the experience; and Eurogamer has even discovered that nothing has been touched beyond a patch issued back in September.
Windows 10 users were shocked to discover that Warner was recommending some 12GB of system memory to avoid a hard drive paging error. This is slightly better than the publisher saying that Windows 7 users will have to restart the game periodically to avoid the same problem.
It really looks like Batman has been let down by an extremely poor port of a console game, and there does not seem to be any proper fixes coming soon. At the moment, the game is still in an unplayable state and definitely not worth the RM95 price tag on Steam.