Batman: Arkham Knight has returned to Steam, a Warner Bros. Interactive post to the game's Steam page has announced.
Following months of issues, the game's PC version has been fixed, and Warner Bros. are giving away a host of items as way of compensation for those who have had to wait this long to play the final entry in the Arkham franchise. The most significant offering is the entirety of the Batman: Arkham library for free to those who have purchased the game or those who buy it through Steam before November 16th. The games included are Batman: Arkham Asylum GOTY, Batman: Arkham City GOTY, Batman: Arkham Origins, and Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate.
Additionally, Warner Bros. will also be developing a free Community Challenge Pack. As a thank you, PC owners will get this map pack a week before console owners. They are also working closely with Valve to run an Arkham-themed contest for Team Fortress 2. Fans will be able to design TF2 cosmetic items, with the winning items given out free of charge to those who purchase Arkham Knight before the contest ends.