Batman Arkham Knight – PC Tested at Low vs. High; PC Version Lacks Console Features

Posted Jun 25, 2015
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Digital Foundry has released a video analysis for the PC version of Batman Arkham Knight, demonstrating its performance at both Low and High settings.

The system is equipped with a Core i7 3770K, GTX 780 Ti and 16GB of RAM.

Nvidia drivers are updated to 353.30. Nvidia GameWorks options are switched off for both low and high tests.

The PC version of Batman Arkham Knight seems to lack key visual effects available on PS4 even at High settings. Ambient occlusion is completely absent from the game and other effects, like bokeh depth of field is kept to a minimum. The transparency layer of the raindrops is also cut, resulting in a far less atmospheric Gotham City.

Rain is also lacking especially its effect on the batmobile, although specular and normal maps remain identical to the console release. The PC’s highest settings show very little difference otherwise to the PS4 version.

Batman Arkham Knight brings the award-winning Arkham trilogy from Rocksteady Studios to its epic conclusion.

Developed exclusively for New-Gen platforms, Batman: Arkham Knight introduces Rocksteady’s uniquely designed version of the Batmobile. The highly anticipated addition of this legendary vehicle, combined with the acclaimed gameplay of the Arkham series, offers gamers the ultimate and complete Batman experience as they tear through the streets and soar across the skyline of the entirety of Gotham City. In this explosive finale, Batman faces the ultimate threat against the city that he is sworn to protect, as Scarecrow returns to unite the super criminals of Gotham and destroy the Batman forever.

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Rocksteady has released a new insider episode for Batman Arkham Knight, which brings us the latest brand new gameplay straight from E3. Featuring the Loud Predator scenario as Batman attempts to stop one of Two Face’s bank robberies. The episode continues with exhilarating chase to take down Firefly and an intense Batmobile Battle Mode face off as Batman disarms one of the Arkham Knight’s Explosives.

NVIDIA has released a stunning new video of the PC version of Batman Arkham Knight, which showcases the effects NVIDIA GameWorks brings to the title. Batman Arkham Knight pre-loads are open on Xbox Live, and we finally get to learn the download size of the title. Rocksteady also released trailers for both the Harley Quinn Story Pack and the Red Hood Story Pack, and they both feature some great gameplay glimpses of the two characters in action.

The latest trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight showcases the PS4 Exclusive Contents, and features some never before seen footage which is definitely worth a look. Rocksteady Studios have recently revealed the Batman Arkham Knight Dark Knight Returns and Batman Beyond character skins available via the Gotham’s Future Skin Pack, which will be available to all who pre-orders Batman Arkham Knight at any participating retailer.

The amazing “Those who follow you” trailer for Batman Arkham Knight revealed a new weapon called the Disruptor. This new gadget has been tailored to meet the challenges of Gotham City’s vast landscape through its long-range capabilities, and provides options that bolster Batman’s ability to control engagements like never before.

Warner Bros and Rocksteady have recently revealed the voice talent behind the iconic characters in Batman Arkham Knight, as well as the identity of Batgirl.

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Batman Arkham Knight is available on the PS4, Xbox One and PC. We will bring you any new information as soon as it become available.

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