Items tagged with Warner Brothers

The developers at Rocksteady Studios have given up on fixing multi-GPU support in Batman: Arkham Knight. Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (just WB from here on out) confirmed that was the case when addressing a gamer's question on Steam's community forums. At this point in game's development -- post release for a second time -- cleaning up the code to improve the experience for gamers running SLI and Crossfire configurations is proving too much work for too little payoff. Continuing to develop for mulit-GPU setups could also introduce more problems for all players, and that's not... Read more...
Holy relaunch, Batman, Arkham Knight is returning to PC! We always knew it would, the question was when, and now we know. Publisher Warner Brothers Interactive posted a message to Valve's Steam Community boards announcing that Batman: Arkham Knight will be re-released to the PC platform this Wednesday, October 28, at precisely 10 AM Pacific.WB made the tough decision to cease sales of the PC version of Arkham Knight on Steam and in stores after numerous reports of performance issues. Many users complained of dropped frame rates and scores of glitches. It was an embarrassing moment for WB and developer... Read more...
Tech savvy students living in the UK have an opportunity to pull in a pretty respectable part-time income and move up from dining on Ramen Noodles to fast food joints. All they have to do is snitch on their fellow classmates as part of Warner Bros.'s anti-piracy efforts.It's actually a little more involved in that and the qualifying candidate will have to possess a bit of IT know-how. The job description reads as follows:During the 12 month internship, duties will include: monitoring local Internet forums and IRC for pirated WB and NBCU content and in order to gather information on pirate sites,... Read more...
Classic movie fans rejoice: One of Hollywood’s biggest movie vaults is about to be opened up. Warner Brothers has started a new DVD-on-demand service where you will eventually be able to order any of the company’s 6,800 theatrical features that are not currently available on disc. Here’s how it works: Within a week of ordering, you will receive a custom-made DVD with your requested film. The service costs approximately $20. Alternatively, customers will have the option to order films digitally for download directly to their computers. This option costs $15. To date, only about 1,200 films in the... Read more...