Warner Bros. has released a new patch for Batman: Return to Arkham that adds support for the recently launched PlayStation 4 Pro console. As outlined in a forum post (via VideoGamer.com) the update delivers unspecified "visual upgrades," in addition to a number of "performance and stability improvements."
Here is a breakdown of those other improvements:
- Performance / hitching issues have been improved for a more smooth and consistent framerate.
- Intermittent crashing issues have been addressed to provide improved gameplay stability.
Your mileage may vary, but someone on Reddit claims this new patch, 1.02, is actually making the game run worse in some ways. Read the post here to learn more.
Return to Arkham came out in October for PS4 and Xbox One. The $50 package comes with updated versions of last-generation Batman games Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, which were developed by Rocksteady. Both contain "fully remastered and updated" graphics, while all previously released DLC is also included for both games.
Return to Arkham was developed by Virtuous, which previously worked on Heavy Rain's PS4 version and contributed to Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.