Batman: Arkham Knight Dramatic Pose
Batman looks into the abyss in "Batman: Arkham Knight."

If you missed buying “Batman: Arkham Knight” for PC earlier this year Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has good news for you. The game publisher announced on Thursday that it is finally going back on sale at the end of October.

“Batman: Arkham Knight’s” PC port was pulled in June after players reported major performance issues, with Warner Bros. saying it would fix the problems with a patch before putting the game back on sale. The patch was released recently for players that had already purchased the game and seemed to fix most of the issues.

“While there were significant performance improvements made to the game, the teams are continuing to work on the additional updates,” Warner Bros. said in a statement on its community forum. “We expect these updates to be ready at the end of October, at which time the PC version will be made available for purchase.”

Warner Bros. also mentioned that support for all DLC released for consoles will be available for the PC version.

“Batman: Arkham Knight” was released on June 23 for Xbox One, PS4, PC and Mac. An actual date for the October release was not specified but Warner Bros. did say that they will make an announcement “as soon as the update is live.”