Batman – The Telltale Series Episode 4 is finally out on Steam, grab it now
Batman – The Telltale Series Episode 4 fans can finally install the game on their computers. After a long wait, the game is now available on Steam, but gamers won’t forget this release delay too soon.
I gave an update on Episode 4 on Steam down-thread, but the basic message is this: the team is working on episode 4 on Steam to release in conjunction with a performance patch, and it should be available later today (PST).
Unfortunately, many gamers didn’t know that and waited for hours for the game to launch. All this, while their friends could play Episode 4 on their consoles without the slightest issue.
♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ u Telltale! I never buy a Telltale game again on Steam. Waiting and waiting for hours and nothing. On Consoles it works great so I buy it next time on my x-box.
Although Batman – The Telltale Series Episode 4 is now available for Steam users, many gamers still critize Telltale for not using all the possible means to inform them about the delay.
We don’t want them to respond to every person, we want them to make an official statement admitting whatever happened and apologizing for the fact that they are still pretending everything is normal. One person could do that. None have. It says a lot about this company.
For many users, The Telltale Series episode 4 release delay is the straw that broke the camel’s back. Gamers swear this is their last Telltale game.
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