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Wednesday, 21 March 2012 07:56

Batcave patch to rescue save files?

Written by David Stellmack

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Rocksteady hopes it has a handle on the issue

Developer Rocksteady has been hard at work in their Batcave, so to speak, trying to resolve the save corruption issues that have been dogging PC players of Batman: Arkham City since release.

Finally, a new patch for the PC should (or might) allow some to be able to restore their corrupted saved files if they happen to still have them. In addition, the PC only update addresses a couple of other issues, including a number of graphics issues for both Crossfire and SLI users.

Rocksteady has also improved the patching process so that it goes along much smoother now and gets rid of the error messages. Rocksteady does seem to think they finally have a handle on the saved corruption issues, so let’s hope that we don’t see it rear its ugly head again.


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