Not only do games take a long time to make, but also if I remember right, Schreier said they've had to cancel like two projects already. Whatever they're doing now hasn't been being worked on the entire time since Origins released.
Basically nobody knows what Rocksteady or WB Montreal are working on?Who knows at this point. I had a journo friend break the story to me a few years back (which I reported on months before Schreier did) when the game was going to be about Damian Wayne. The stuff I had been shown was super promising... which made the project’s eventual cancelation all the more disappointing. I hope whatever is being worked on with the Batman name can be just as cool as the game that was being developed.
Yeah, there are rumors about this game every few months it seems. I've basically given up on it coming any time soon.Wasn't there a rumour it was going to me announced in March?
It's actually coming OP. Court of Owls allegedly, although just a rumor for now.
Because it’s a guaranteed seller. So far the Arkham games have been critical/commercial smashes for WB.
Franchise fatigue can happen. If they really want to do another Batman game, it can't just be Arkham Knight 2.5. That would be very disappointing if they spent 3+ years just doing a basic sequel. They need to really change it up. Something like what RE4 was to the Resident Evil series or God of War PS4 was to the God of War series.
Yeah, but I'm not sure why that would have any connection with them not bringing out a sequel.
Even back when the game released not every setting would result in "disaster". I myself played through the game on PC and quite frankly never had much issue with it, even before the extensive patching the PC version endured (which only made things even better).
Glad it worked properly for you. It didn't for a vast amount of people, as noted by its steam reviews and the large amounts of YouTube videos showing the issue, and the reason why they stopped selling it.
I guess you didn't read my post, they did extensive patching to the PC version and it's been back on sale for a long time.
I mean, you guys can keep posting your own experiences as gospel if you want, but it doesn't change the facts. Even when a 1080ti can still cause stuttering or torn frames, it's an issue, especially on a now almost 4 year old game hence my "janky mess".
The game still experiences frametime spikes particularly during open world traversal at high speed (gliding or driving). Even at launch I had an "ok" experience - locking the game at 30fps on a 980ti and using mostly maxed out settings @ 1080p. But it's still an imperfect experience even today.
I think you need to tweak something, I have a 970 paired with an i5 2500K and I can play the game at 1080p/60FPS even on the open world, and not any noticeable or problematic hitches. I do know it's not a perfect experience, maybe it could be the SSD ironing out the data streaming issues in my case.The game still experiences frametime spikes particularly during open world traversal at high speed (gliding or driving). Even at launch I had an "ok" experience - locking the game at 30fps on a 980ti and using mostly maxed out settings @ 1080p. But it's still an imperfect experience even today.