Batman – The Telltale Series gets first PC patch, addresses performance & graphics options

Telltale Games has released the first PC patch for Batman – The Telltale Series. According to the company, this patch auto-defaults the game to run on dedicated graphics card, something that should resolve the performance issues that a lot of PC gamers had.

According to a number of PC gamers, the game was running with really low framerates because the game was automatically using their integrated GPU instead of their dedicated GPU.

This patch addresses this issue.

In addition, Telltale has added graphics settings to enable selection of Higher Performance Textures or Higher Quality Textures.

Telltale Games also suggested using the latest drivers for your graphics cards.

This patch will be auto-downloaded from Steam, and below you can find its changelog:

  • Automatically defaults the game to run on dedicated graphics card
  • Adds graphics settings to enable selection of Higher Performance Textures or Higher Quality Textures (please select Higher Performance if performance is an issue)

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