New BioShock Remastered PC Patch Improves Stability on Some Lower-end PC’s & Fixes Various Bugs and Crashes


2K has released a new BioShock Remastered PC patch which addresses various bugs and crashes and should improve stability on some lower-end setups.

The update is the third PC patch to arrive, and is being deployed one year after PC Patch 2 was released. We’ve included 2K’s official release notes down below:

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PC Patch 3: Releasing Dec 5 at 2pm PT

Fixes various crash and polish bugs

Improves stability on some lower-end machines

Adds support for Simplified Chinese text localization

“Since the launch of BioShock: The Collection, we’ve heard from some of our players about issues some of you have encountered”, 2K writes on the game’s Steam page. “We hear your feedback and have made several title updates – today, Dec. 5, we will be issuing a third update to PC. This patch addresses several crash and polish bugs, improves stability on some machines, and adds support for Simplified Chinese text localization.”

BioShock Remastered was released back in September of last year. You can watch the game’s launch trailer below:

Revitalized in full 1080p HD and up to 60 frames-per-second by Blind Squirrel Games, BioShock: The Collection brings all three installments and all singe-player add-on content of the award-winning BioShock franchise fully remastered to modern consoles, including an all-new Director’s Commentary video series, “Imagining BioShock.” The 10th and final teaser trailer for the Imagining BioShock series was also released today and the entire series can be viewed/embedded using the links below.