An interim patch for Batman: Arkham Knight on PC has finally been released, allowing PC players to get their hands on the game without crippling framerates. User feedback suggests all is going well with the new patch, which fixes the following:
Reduced frame rate hitches
Optimizations for system memory and VRAM usage
Improved performance on all GPUs (requires the latest drivers)
More Comprehensive In-Game Settings
Fixed low resolution texture bugs
Fixed hitches when running on mechanical hard drives (HDD)
More optimization is planned for the future, which will add more support and optimize the game for Windows 10. You can read the full patch notes here.
Everyone's favorite celebrity gamers sit down to get their hands on the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight before it releases to the public. With Neil Patrick Harris, Joe Manganiello, Troy Baker, Minka Kelly, Wiz Khalifa, Blake Anderson, iJustine, Kumail Nanjiani, and Breckin Meyer, the squad is impressive.
Even Batman himself, Kevin Conroy pummels some thugs.
All this week Suicide Squad has been filming all over Toronto with actress Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn) and a couple of stuntmen filming an epic car chase with The Joker in a Lamborghini and Batman's signature ride tearing up the streets of Canada.
Check out some fan videos and stills from the action below, but beware: here there by Spoilers!
In November 2013, Miles, a young boy recovering from leukemia became Batman for a day to save the city of San Francisco. Lovingly dubbed, Batkid, Miles' story grabbed the heart of America, and the city shut down to honor his wish.
Starting June 26th, you can see how the whole spectacle unfolded in the documentary Batkid Begins.
Get hyped, Batman fans, and while we're at it, all you tens of 60 Seconds to Mars fans should get hyped, too. Jared Leto is getting ready to play a joke on the DC Universe.
In his latest instagram post, he wants you to know he's taking this seriously. The Killing Joke by Alan Moore is a classic Batman-book that gives us a look into the criminal master-mind's origins.
Suicide Squad can't come soon enough.
To commemorate 50 years of beating up bad guys with the aid of helpful onomatopoeias, Quahog Mayor Adam West and the Boy Wonder Burt Ward will reprise their roles as the dynamic duo Batman and Robin.
With half a century gone since the two first donned their detective duds, the tights might not fit anymore. So, the pair will let animators do most of the heavy lifting. They will voice a new animated Batman, coming out next year.