In a response to a user on the Steam Forums, a Warner Bros. developer has commented that SLI and Crossfire support won't be coming to Batman: Arkham Knight.
There goes any chance to play this game on Ultra with 4K/60fps. That is not a good idea Rocksteady, you failed hard with this game. This should not have been this crap on PC.
Good luck getting more than $10 from me.
WTF! NO SLI???? Way to fail so hard WB!
Way to alienate a whole platforms worth of fans.
Calling the pc port half assed would be giving them too much credit.
How bad are we talking? 1/8th assed? or worse?
They pretty much gave up on the PC version of this game. TBH it was probably the worst in the series so you guys arent missing much trust me. I did expect more from Rocksteady though, they let me down big time.
Ps4 version was a solid 9/10
Well I ran it on a i7 4790k, gtx970 turbo. Ran perfect for me at start but couldn't run the Nvidia Works. After a few patches I could and it looked ten times better than it did on Ps4. So void to your fanboi comment troll. Get back under your bridge. Do feel sorry for all the people that did have problems with it though.
@Spoonsx Get it right, it's Nvidia "Game Breaks". Btw i have a 980 ti sli setup. So ... ef this game.
wtf does 9/10 mean
Not trolling at all .. Replying to Sartyre ^ in the "you guys aren't missing much" could care less how good your game looks I'm plenty happy console games ^ "9/10" means the game was a solid 9 of out a 10 rating scale .
why should devs bust balls to provide optimisation for sli xfire when overwhelming majority of pc gamers have modest rigs at best
How about because they pumped it full of Nvidia features that in order to run properly would require a high end rig with a multi gpu setup?
Should we even pretend to be surprised?
I'm never buying a WB game EVER
PC gaming going down the drain because of console's little capitalist profit monopoly
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