Warner Bros. Games Montréal has already handled a few problems in-game, with plans to approach more soon.
Gotham Knights' recent launch has been plagued by a series of bugs and other issues, and now Warner Bros. Games Montréal are seeking to solve them.
In a post made on their Twitter, patches were announced for both the PC and console versions of the game that aim to tackle the prevalent issues that have been hindering many players' initial experiences.
The announcement sets out a list of PC patches most notably targeting game stability and crashes, keyboard input issues, and co-op matchmaking invites. A console patch is planned for the end of the week, but the details of this are yet unspecified.
These will be part of a series of fixes in the coming weeks, and a larger patch for both PC and console to tackle general performance issues with frame rate stability being one of the team's main focus. There's still no sign of a 60 FPS update for console yet, however, it is something many players have been requesting. Additionally, changes to the criticised combat system seem to be entirely out of the picture at present.