The highly awaited remaster of the 2013 Wii U title, "Lego City Undercover," has finally arrived for the latest generation gaming systems. The game is currently now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, the new Nintendo Switch, and for the Windows PC. While thousands of Lego fans are likely now trying to get their hands on the game, PC gamers are advised to hold off on the purchase, as Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment may be in for a repeat of the botched "Batman: Arkham Knight" PC version release.

Bugs, bugs and more bugs

While the original version of the game that was released for the Wii U back in 2013 wasn't really free of any glitches or problems, the PC version that was recently just launched apparently added even more problems to the game.

What is even worse is that most of the bugs on the PC version of "Lego City Undercover" are so severe that they essentially make the game unplayable.

PC-specific issues

Normally, when it comes to PC ports for most games, there are a handful of players that do encounter issues. This is mainly due to the variety of PC builds and configurations that may cause isolated problems. However, the reports that have been coming in regarding the game's glitches have become so massive that it wouldn't really be possible to blame the issues on any particular PC configuration.

The game is basically broken

Some of the issues currently being reported on the game's Steam page includes not being able to change any of the graphic settings.

Other players reportedly encountered numerous crashes while trying to just launch the game. Those who were able to launch the game apparently experienced severe stuttering, frame rate drops, massive glitches, and constant crashes to the desktop.

The developer's response

The developer for "Lego City Undercover," Traveller's Tales, has so far only responded to the Alt-Tab issue and has even posted a message on the Steam forums.

However, the company has yet to acknowledge the other problems players have been reporting so far. As it stands, if the issues continue, Warner Bros. may be forced to issue yet another refund program, similar to how what were forced to do for "Batman: Arkham Knight" back in 2015.