Bioshock Remastered PC Patch Soon To Be Released To Address Player Feedback


A Bioshock Remastered PC patch will soon be released to address player feedback for BioShock, BioShock 2 Remastered, and Minerva’s Den.

On the game’s official steam hub, 2K writes to be aware of the issues that players have been reporting, and is looking to address the following issues in an upcoming update:

General Mouse Fixes, including better Mouse Smoothing, Sensitivity and Acceleration Options in BioShock;

Additional Speaker Mode Options in Audio Settings in BioShock;

Improved FoV Slider Options in BioShock, BioShock 2 and Minerva’s Den;

Support for 21:9 display ratios in BioShock, BioShock 2 and Minerva’s Den;

General stability improvement to reduce instances of game crashes.

Bioshock: The Collection was announced for PC, PS4, and Xbox One earlier this year, and includes all three BioShock games plus all of the single-player DLC.

It’s been nine years since Irrational Games and 2K took you on a terrifying journey to the depths of the underwater city of Rapture with BioShock. Five years since you returned to Rapture in BioShock 2. Three years since you grabbed a skyhook and sailed across the floating city of Columbia in BioShock Infinite. And on September 13, 2016 (September 15 in Australia and September 16 internationally), you can relive these award-winning adventures or experience them for the very first time remastered for current-gen consoles and digital PC with BioShock: The Collection.

As reported some days ago, the PC version of the Bioshock Collection is a total mess with very limited visual options, the same old bugs, and what not. In Steam reviews, pc players are calling the remastered collection, “BioShock Retextured”. If you're interested in a trailer comparing the original Bioshock and its remastered counterpart, check out this post right here.

Let’s hope that the upcoming update will fix at least some of the issues that players have been reporting.

Bioshock: The Collection is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. If you want to know whether your system is able to run the remastered Bioshock collection, check out the game's official PC specs.