Batman: Arkham Knight Direct-Feed 1080p Screenshots Show Beautiful Visuals on PS4 – Day One Patch Details Revealed

Fahad Arif
Posted Jun 23, 2015
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Batman: Arkham Knight is only hours away now from hitting local markets for PC and the latest consoles, and while fans still repine over the dent left on the wildly popular action-adventure series by Arkham Origins, it looks like Rocksteady Studios’ new title is, by all accounts, going to be everything better than what gamers loved about Arkham City and Arkham Asylum. Before you get your hands on your copy of the game, check out how beautiful it looks running on PS4 in native 1080p resolution.

Batman: Arkham Knight Beautiful 1080p Screenshots Show Batmobile, In-Game World, and World Map – Day One Patch Weighs in at 3.5GB

After leaving its fans in awe with Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, Rocksteady Studios took a break and Splash Damage came forward with Batman: Arkham Origins as the third title in the action-adventure video game series that had already become widely well-liked. However, with an earlier Batman story, Origins couldn’t manage to make a huge splash, and this left many fans unhappy. Now with Batman: Arkham Knight, Rocksteady Studios returns to the helm to offer the most challenging and engaging gameplay experience ever.

While there is still some time left before Batman: Arkham Knight is officially launched across the globe, many players have already gotten their hands on their copies of the game. Courtesy of NeoGAF users NuclearGen and Lukes Japonicus, we have a bunch of direct-feed screenshots showing how the upcoming superhero fantasy game looks like running on Sony’s PlayStation 4 consoles in native 1080p resolution. You can check these screenshots out below.

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In addition, a post on Reddit by a fan confirms that the day one patch for Batman: Arkham Knight on PlayStation 4 console weighs in at 3.5GB. This of course, isn’t anything small keeping in mind that players will have to download the main game first, which itself clocks in at 45GB on all three platforms. The patch will come with typical performance enhancements and stability fixes as well as some new features. Here’s what the day one patch will come packed with:

  • Improved Performance
  • Stability Fixes
  • New feature: Rival Points
  • New feature: Original Batsuit skin available to select
  • Support for “A Matter Of Family” additional content
  • General gameplay, graphical, audio, UI, and localisation fixes

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