Rocksteady Studios has released Update 1.03 for the PS4 version of Batman: Arkham City. According to the notes, the update fixes backward compatibility on PlayStation 5.
This, apparently, is about a rare but unpleasant error due to which the game for some users was rendered on PS5 in dynamic sub-1080p instead of native 1080p, as on PS4 and PS4 Pro. As a result, the picture looked more blurry.
The new patch should fix the lower resolution issue, but it doesn’t bring any other improvements. The game is still limited to 30 frames per second, while previously the owners of the PlayStation 5 found out that without installing updates, the disc version is capable of working at 60 FPS.
Batman: Arkham City is the second game in the series, originally released in 2011 on the systems that were then actual. A port for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One appeared in 2016 as part of the Batman: Return to Arkham compilation along with an updated version of the first part. Both games have moved to Unreal Engine 4 and along with that have received a number of improvements, including higher resolution and quality textures, updated effects, and increased stability.