After getting pulled offline shortly after release in June for technical issues, the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight finally has a new release date.

The game will be officially available again on October 28, according to a post from Rocksteady on Steam.

At 10 am PDT, Oct. 28th, Batman: Arkham Knight will be re-released for the PC platform. At the same time we’ll also be releasing a patch that brings the PC version fully up-to-date with content that has been released for console (with the exception of console exclusives).

The post also has a detailed list of all the added content that will be available to season pass holders once the game re-releases, including the story DLC, assorted skins, and challenge packs.

For more details on the PC's version of Arkham Knight's problems, head here, here, and here.

[Source: Steam]


Our Take
Four months is a long time to wait and play a game after it was originally promised. It has been awhile since we received an update about the PC version's progress, but to Rocksteady and Warner Bros. Interactive's credit, they have both been fairly open about the game's problems and making sure players know what's going on. I'm sure many are excited to finally play the game and I am excited to see a whole new crop of weird PC mods as the game gets into more players' hands.