Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced this week on their plan to roll out an "interim" patch addressing the plaguing issues found on the PC version of Rocksteady's "Batman: Arkham Knight."
A report from IGN.com cited the company's announcement posted on the title's Steam page. Additional information taken from a retailer memo in Australia also said that the full patch won't be released until September "at the earliest."
"As an update, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Rocksteady and our partners are targeting an interim patch update for existing players to be released in August. This update will address many of the issues we listed in our June 27 update. We will provide additional details as we finalize that interim patch over the coming weeks."
"We would like to thank you for your continued patience and invaluable feedback. We are continuing to monitor and listen for any additional issues and are driving towards a full update for everyone as quickly as we possibly can," the statement from Warner reads.
The game has suffered major issues on the platform when it was launched on June. Things went from bad to worse for Warner that it was forced to put a stop on the sales of the game on Steam.
Rocksteady Studios meanwhile was quick to address the widespread reports of performance problems from players. The studio has pledged to get into the matter and resolve the issues "as quickly as possible."
On the other hand, players of "Batman: Arkham Knight" on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One received the game's first DLC pack, "Batgirl – A Matter of Family." The expansion pack was first released for Season Pass holders and was made available for everyone today.