A post on Steam's community forums claims that Warner Bros and company will have an update on how fixes for the woeful port of Batman: Arkham Knight are going next week. That is to say -- they won't have fixes for the game next week, just an update on when those fixes might arrive.
Following a lengthy apology for releasing the game in a nigh unplayable, broken state, Gary Lake-Schaal, the VP of Game Technology at WBIE, explained that the issues were still their top priority and that a number of issues have been identified, but they don't have a clear idea of the status of their progress.
The post also contains a pledge on behalf of WBIE to modify their 'internal review process' for all their games, and that due to the nature of the game's broken-ness on PC the first round of DLC -- Batgirl: A Matter of Family -- will be delayed with no timeline for release.
You can read the full post, as well as all the well-adjusted people posting in the Steam comments here
If you purchased the PC copy of Batman: Arkham Knight before it was removed from sale, have the patches made the game more playable?