A number of Batman: Arkham City users are reporting that they are suffering from corrupt DLC error messages on both Xbox 360 and PS3, but Rocksteady Studio’s Sarah Wellock says this new problem is on Microsoft and Sony’s side, not the developer’s.
Batman: Arkham City has not had the smoothest of launches, and the problems appear to be continuing with users reporting corrupt DLC error messages on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. But this time it isn’t Rocksteady Studio‘s fault, says Community Manager Sarah Wellock.
Wellock admitted that “We are receiving reports of this happening to a small% of people and are looking into it. I am speaking to our team to see if there is a way to resolve it” when users started raising the problem that when they downloaded the game’s accompanying DLC from Xbox Live or PSN, they would get a message saying “downloadable content is corrupt” and being unable to progress any further. She then stated “We are looking into it, for now we recommend completely deleting the dlc and then reinstalling it.”
But Wellock got slightly defensive when a user suggested this was a “developer problem” saying: “The game is released now because it passed all the vigorous tests, the problems we are experiencing now are microsoft/sony side so we are unable to test them. Also the game is out in the us only so tests will be done at our Warner office, our UK office cant test yet sadly.”
Hopefully these issues will be resolved soon and people can just enjoy one of the outstanding games of 2011 – as you can find out in the BeefJack Batman: Arkham City review.
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