"Batman: Arkham Knight" will be rereleased for PC Oct. 28 at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT) along with a patch that updates the PC version to the same level of standard content as the console release. Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced the highly anticipated relaunch and patch Saturday, following months of working on the game to bring it up to scratch. Sales of "Batman: Arkham Knight" were pulled back in June following major performance issues and subpar play quality.

Beginning Wednesday, all PC players will get access to character selection in combat AR challenges, the Batman Arkham Asylum skin, photo mode and big head mode. Season Pass holders will also gain access to all DLC released since the launch of the game, barring console exclusives.

After months of community feedback, testing and performance fixes hopefully this rerelease will be the PC game that players have been waiting for.

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