Rocksteady has finally crawled out of its Batcave and released an update to tackle the save game corruption issues that have been plaguing Batman: Arkham City players on PC for months.
A number of Batman: Arkham City players have been the victims of a rogue glitch that, without warning, corrupts save files making them unusable.
Rocksteady has finally released a fix patch via Steam (Origin and Games for Windows Live versions on the way) that should fix the problem and, for a lucky few, restore their corrupted save files.
The update also tackles some other issues. Here are the patch notes:
- Occurrences of Save File Corruption
- Achievement re-locking issues
- Crossfire/SLI Issues
- Graphical flickering
- FPS improvements when running crossfire
- Instances of 32 bit memory problems
- Improvements to performance in cut scenes and death taunts
- Error messages removed when patching the game and improved patching process