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Gotham Knights PC patch addresses stability, invulnerable yoga master

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A new Gotham Knights PC patch is available and addresses stability problems alongside other issues like the invulnerable yoga master.

In terms of stability, the patch contains “various crash fixes throughout the title, most notably during the S.T.A.R. Labs ‘free the scientists’ fight and the Harley Quinn Hospital Boss Fight,” Warner Bros Montreal advised.

It also has “fixed an AMD specific crash related to shadows.”

Perhaps most notably, the patch fixes the yoga master baddie — one who would inexplicably take on a pose of meditation and become invulnerable, thereby rending whatever crime he was part of one that was unable to be completed. You can check out the yoga master in the image above.

Full patch notes are below; it’s unclear when consoles will be patched accordingly.

Gotham Knights October 2022 PC patch

General:

  • Invincible enemies playing a “meditating” animation will no longer appear in crimes.
  • Various UI issue fixes.
  • Fixed issues caused by graphical settings not being applied properly.
  • Various localization fixes.
  • Fixed various Keyboard/Mouse specific input issues.

Co-op:

  • Fixed an issue that was preventing being able to join friends through invites.

Stability:

  • Various crash fixes throughout the title, most notably during the S.T.A.R. Labs “free the scientists” fight and the Harley Quinn Hospital Boss Fight.
  • Fixed an AMD specific crash related to shadows.

Known Issues:

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

Gotham Knights is available on Windows PC, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and PS5. We reviewed the game here.

Gotham Knights

21 October 2022
PC PS5 Xbox Series S & X
 


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