If you've been experiencing some problems playing Batman: Arkham Origins , don't worry; the developer is on it.
Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has apologized for the issues that have plagued the Origins experience since the game launched last week. They say a patch for all platforms is coming our way "within the next week," and it will fix the three most complained-about glitches:
— Inability to continue the story from the main menu.
— FreeFlow Focus mode not unlocking upon reaching “Shadow Vigilante” rank 3.
— Infinite falling/falling out of world (the fix should push you back to your previous save, allowing you to progress).
Also, there's a bug specific to the PC – it stopped players from navigating through the vent in the Burnley Tower – but this has already been patched. Furthermore, Xbox 360 users have reported bugs concerning corrupted save files and crashing/freezing issues. For now, while they work on the problems, Warner Bros. recommends that players disconnect their consoles from the Internet when playing the game.
In some ways, we say the new Batman effort is a bit of a disappointment . But in other ways, it's a really fun, entertaining game, and should be played by the die-hard comic fans out there.
Related Game(s): Batman: Arkham Origins