I find it to be quite astonishing that even months after the games initial release, Batman: Arkham Knight is still being plagued with even more negative attention. If all of you may recall, Batman: Arkham Knight was subject to a ton of controversy back when it was first released on the PC due to how utterly broken the game was. Players were stuck with framerate issues, game-breaking glitches and more awkward kinks that literally rendered the game unplayable on the PC. This time around, we won't be able to see how the game performs on the Mac OSX, SteamOS or Ubuntu, as the game will never see the light of day on devices running those operating systems.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment issued a report onto the official Steam page for Batman: Arkham Knight earlier today. The report, which was surprisingly short given the nature of the matter, explained that Batman: Arkham Knight won't be making it to Mac and Linux devices as per what had already been announced earlier. The post then stated "if you have pre-ordered Batman: Arkham Knight for Mac or Linux, please apply for a refund via Steam".
Batman: Arkham Knight just can't seem to catch a break, even after all that's it's been through already. Fans of the franchise were already planning on boycotting this title and any future released from this developer, but there's no doubt in my mind that this new turn of events will only serve as another reminder as to what this game turned out to be. What do you think? Did you have the game pre-ordered on your Mac or Linux device? Will you be supporting the developer and purchasing any future that fall into this franchise? Leave your thoughts below!