Batman: Arkham Knight – New Beta Patch Appears & Then Disappears, New Graphics Options Revealed

It appears that a new beta patch for the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight will be released soon. Earlier today, a new beta patch appeared but it was later removed. Apparently someone pressed the ‘release’ button earlier than anticipated, however thanks to that, we’ve got our first look on the game’s new graphics options.

As promised, Rocksteady has included options to turn off Chromatic Aberration and Film Grain. In addition, players can choose the game’s maximum frame-rate, and a new indicator¬†for the percentage of the VRAM that is being used has been added.

Moreover, the game now offers an option for High Textures, however only those with 4GB of VRAM should select them.

It’s still unknown when the final patch will hit Steam, however early reports suggest that this patch makes one hell of a difference.

Enjoy the new graphics settings and stay tuned for more.

Thanks NeoGAF

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