Warner Bros has apologized for the issues surrounding the PC release of Batman: Arkham Knight, and informed players that work on fixing the game has delayed the upcoming DLC.
The issues that plagued the PC release of Batman: Arkham Knight have been widely documented, resulting with the title being pulled from Steam by publisher Warner Bros and allegations arising that Warner Bros was aware of the many issues for months prior to its release.
Warner Bros issued a full apology regarding the PC port of Batman: Arkham Knight in a forum post Friday.
"We have heard the PC gaming community outcry of disappointment for the initial launch of Batman: Arkham Knight on PC," the company said. "Again, we would like to apologize to you, the fans, and let you know that we are taking full responsibility for releasing a product that did not meet our quality standards, which is why we suspended sales of the game as soon as we understood the issues."
The company also stated that they are working closely with Rocksteady Studios in order to ensure that the PC version meets a "superior quality bar" before making the game available for sale again.
"Addressing the PC performance issues is still our top priority and at this time, we believe we have identified a number of fixes for the larger issues that were affecting PC players at launch. These fixes are currently being implemented into the game and once we have been able to do some initial testing, we'll have a better idea on the status of our progress. We'll provide an update on how things are developing next week."
The work on fixing the PC Arkham Knight issues have taken away from the ability to develop the content for the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight - Batgirl: A Matter of Family DLC for those who are still playing the PC version of the game. This DLC was originally intended to be made available on July 14th. "We apologize for the delay and only want to make sure that any content that we offer is up to the standards that PC players expect."