First Gotham Knights PC Update Released But it Doesn’t Address the Apparent Performance and Optimization Issues

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Gotham Knights PC update

The very first Gotham Knights PC Update has been rolled out by Warner Bros. and QLOC, but it appears to be a minor one.

The action RPG was released last week but the game is suffering from some real performance and optimization issues across the board. On PC, this results in apparent stuttering. A future update might resolve these issues, but from the looks of it, the game’s first PC update doesn’t address any of these issues.

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The release notes for this update are pretty minimal and only mention some general fixes alongside some crash fixes. For the sake of completeness, we’ve included the official release notes down below:

Gotham Knights PC Update October 26th Release Notes

General:

  • Invincible enemies playing a "meditating" animation will no longer appear in crimes.
  • Various UI issue fixes.
  • Fixed issues caused by graphical settings not being applied properly.
  • Various localization fixes.
  • Fixed various Keyboard/Mouse specific input issues.

Co-op:

  • Fixed an issue that was preventing being able to join friends through invites.

Stability:

  • Various crash fixes throughout the title, most notably during the S.T.A.R. Labs "free the scientists" fight and the Harley Quinn Hospital Boss Fight.
  • Fixed an AMD specific crash related to shadows.

Known Issues:

  • There may be some compatibility issues with Nvidia Ansel that we are still investigating for this patch

Gotham Knights is available globally now for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. Here’s what we wrote in our PC review of the game.

"Gotham Knights is an enjoyable action RPG that follows in the footsteps of the Batman: Arkham legacy while striking out on its own in a slightly different direction. It's the most realistic Gotham City we've seen yet, even though the story is only serviceable and the performance is disappointing. Still, fans of the genre and the characters should have fun with the game."

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