[QUOTE="mynd, post: 6457409]Hmm, gone are the days where I could just give this game to the boy for his birthday present. I best install it the night/day before so all patches are installed I guess.[/QUOTE]
oh yeah. enjoy the 48.9 gig install followed by another 'update' at 3.4 gig then another after that. besides all that, ya good to go.
This is already one of the best games that I have played in my life and the best game so far this gen.I did not expect the Batmmobile to be used in so many ways that it is just another gadget and its fun.The way it is used is very innovative and the overall game design/controls/gameplay is out of this world.This game was well worth the wait and I am only still at the beginning.Glad I got a PS4 and playing the best version.
[QUOTE="Christopher, post: 6457685]yeah....unfortunately, I got the PC version. Got a steam key for only $25. Still, lesson learned about ports to PC.
Don't preorder. Ever.
Going to get the PS4 version this week. Was reading how awesome it is on eurogamer.[/QUOTE]
That's how it was for PS3 and Sony wanted to make sure for the most part that it is not like that for the PS4.No one should have to get burned by a bad port regardless of what they choose to play on.Rocksteady did not handle the port themselves and Warner Bros should have got a bigger team to do it right.
[QUOTE="DarkNemesis, post: 6457704]That's how it was for PS3 and Sony wanted to make sure for the most part that it is not like that for the PS4.No one should have to get burned by a bad port regardless of what they choose to play on.Rocksteady did not handle the port themselves and Warner Bros should have got a bigger team to do it right.[/QUOTE]
Went ahead and picked it up for PS4. Not waiting for these sorry devs to fix it and I'm betting it still won't be as good.
[QUOTE="sainraja, post: 6457819]Mine isn't / doesn't get slow.
Why get it on the PC? Do you have a game pad to use there?
Yeah, I have an Xbox One controller for my PC. I got a Batman AK steam key for $25. Only reason, really. Glad I got the PS4 version though. Gameplay is much smoother. At some parts on the PC version, the framerate drops down to single digits. what a mess.
Also, why add [OT] before the title of the thread now that there is a dedicated forum?
acknowledged[/URL] by Warner Bros, but the recently released, performance guide paints a remarkable picture of minimum hardware requirements.[/FONT][/COLOR] Let's put it this way: it's the first time we've seen a Radeon HD 7950 3GB - a GPU far more capable than the hardware found in Xbox One or PS4 - recommended for 720p gameplay, paired with a Core i5 to boot. It's not advised to remove the 30fps cap, not even if you have a Core i7 with a GTX 980! There's also recognition of poor streaming from mechanical hard drives, with a note that an SSD will improve performance here - something we can confirm. However, that's quite a remarkable state of affairs bearing in mind that the console versions stream in from slower 5400rpm laptop drives. With its crippled frame-rate, poor streaming, pared back feature set and bloated minimum and recommended hardware spec, Arkham Knight is bitterly disappointing and should never have been released in this sorry state. There's a massive amount of work required to get this version of the game into shape - as things stand, the experience is totally unacceptable.
seems the first patch is out. 67 mb patch. huh.[/QUOTE]
I should probably download the game now and the patch and see how it goes. On the other hand I'd like to start up and play the game when everything is smoothed out and not deal with all the BS.