The PC version of Batman Arkham Knight, the latest entry of the series developed by Rocksteady also available on consoles in all regions, is definitely one of the more controversial releases of the year. The game has been removed from Steam shortly after its release due to the many issues plaguing it, which made it pretty much unplayable for most, and has only been made available for purchase again recently. Unfortunately it seems like the issues haven’t been solved for good and publisher Warner Bros. will continue to offer refunds for the game until the end of the year. We had no news on possible refunds for those who have purchased the game by other retailers but we have learned something new on the matter earlier today.
Popular online retailer Green Man Gaming has confirmed on its Facebook page that in accordance with the recent statement from the publishers, the retailer will be honoring refunds on Batman Arkham Knight until the end of the year. For more information, customers can contact the Green Man Gaming support team by going here.
Like previous entries of the series, Batman Arkham Knight comes with a few Easter Eggs that aren’t exactly easy to find. A new Batman Arkham Knight Easter Egg has been discovered last month, an Easter Egg that’s not too different from another one that has been included in the previous entry of the series Batman Arkham City.
Last month Warner Bros. has revealed all the details on the remaining DLC packs that will be released for Batman Arkham Knight in the near future. Among the DLC packs that will be released in the next few weeks are new skins for Batman and the Batmobile, two Arkham Episodes called Catwoman’s Revenge and Flip of the Coin and the expansion Season of Infamy, which will add four Most Wanted side missions starring Killer Croc, Mr. Freeze, Mad Hatter and Ra’s Al Ghul. Extra AR Challenges will also be made available through DLC packs.
Batman Arkham Knight is now available in all regions on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. We will keep you updated on the game’s upcoming DLC packs and updates as soon as more comes in on them so stay tuned for all the latest news on the Rocksteady developed open world game.