Gotham Knights gets its first patch for PC: Aiming to fix several performance and stability issues


Gotham Knights is the latest title from WB Games Montreal and it is a hot topic for gamers right now. Despite the controversy, the game has received a fair share of hype, not to mention both positive and negative. Keeping the 30FPS console aside, the game has some bugs and stability issues for PC as well. Now, a new patch has been released for PC which aims to improve all the stability and performance issues.

Gotham Knights’ new patch for PC aims to fix stability issues

Gotham Knights for PC is now getting its first patch which is said to fix several issues in normal and co-op modes. It also addresses stability issues and UI improvements.

Here are the patch notes.


  • Invincible enemies that play the “Attention” animation will no longer appear in crimes.
  • Various UI issue fixes.
  • Fixed issues caused by not applying graphical settings properly.
  • Various localization improvements.
  • Fixed various keyboard/mouse specific input issues.


  • Fixed an issue that was preventing being able to connect with friends via invites.


  • Various crash fixes throughout the title, most notably during the Star Labs “Free the Scientists” fight and the Harley Quinn Hospital Boss Fight.
  • Fixed an AMD specific crash related to Shadow.

Known aspects:

  • There may be some compatibility issues with Nvidia Ansel which we are still investigating for this patch.

Plus, Gotham Knights players for consoles are assured that a patch is coming. The patch, similar to PC, will fix a number of issues in the game for consoles. Nothing special has been revealed.

On PC, however, gamers can enjoy 60fps in the High preset with a card like the Nvidia RTX 2070 or equivalent and a higher-end CPU. If you still haven’t played the game, you can check out the full system requirements for PC here and maybe enjoy it later this week.

Gotham Knights gets its first patch for PC: aimed at fixing several performance and stability issues first appeared on BGR India.

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