Batman: Arkham Knight re-releases on the PC – and it needs a lot of RAM!
November 2, 2015
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More RAM needed if you are using a Window 10 machine.

PC Gamers might be rejoicing with the re-release of Batman: Arkham Knight on the PC but that won’t last for long. Developer Rocksteady has just announced that if you plan to play the game on the PC, you would need at least 12 GB of RAM to get the game working smoothly.

Yes, that’s 12 GB of RAM – way more than what other games require. The good news is that the requirement is only limited to machines that are running Windows 10, though the bad news is that with the recent free upgrade offered by Microsoft for Windows 10, there is a good chance that you’ve already upgraded. Other gamers have already reported stutters on the game, considering that most of them already have 8 GB of RAM.

Batman: Arkham Knight was originally released earlier this year to rave reviews. While the console versions of the game were released without fault, the PC version saw a plethora of problems that forced the developer to cancel sales and even offer refunds to customers.

In our PlayStation 4 review of Batman: Arkham Knight, we mentioned that the game offers “excellent gameplay and top notch graphics, and ends with a satisfying conclusion that should please fans of the franchise.”

by Victor Philip Ortiz
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff. Passionate for all things tech - you’ll normally find him tinkering with the latest gadgets and computer peripherals. He is an avid collector of Blu-ray discs and occasionally plays on his Xbox.
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