Batman: Arkham City for Windows PC Gets Fix For Saved File Corruption
Games Developer Rocksteady has issued a Windows PC software patch for the popular comic book spin-off Batman: Arkham City which was released in November and has since brought up a number of issues for players, including save file corruption and achievements becoming relocked.
The fix comes by way of the Steam online gaming platform (to be followed soon by Windows Live and EA Origin) and in addition to avenging those aforementioned Bat-bothering troubles the update also solves crossfire/SLI issues and FPS improvements, graphical flickering, 32 bit memory problems and it should also deal with removing error messages when actually patching the game as well as improve the fluidity of cut scenes and in-game animation.
The main villain that needs to be tackled is the saved file glitch which renders hard earned game progress inaccessible. This is an annoyance which has troubled a number of gamers, who have of course taken their frustrations to the online forums. Their complaints have now been heard and Rocksteady has finally acknowledged the Batsign and delivered the big POW!
Batman: Arkham City is the 2011 follow-up to 2009’s Arkham Asylum, available on Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Windows PC with an app-based slimmed down version available on Android and Apple gadgets. The Caped Crusader’s latest action thriller features returning characters and voice artists such as Kevin Conroy as the Dark Knight himself and Mark Hamill as, in our opinion, the definitive voice of The Joker.
Fans of Kevin Conroy’s veteran work on the Arkham games, as well as Batman: The Animated Series and the more recent DC features may be interested to know that he will be appearing at a special signing and Q&A session at Fan Favourites in Swindon, England on Saturday 5th May – Details of this exciting event can be found via Facebook.
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