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BioShock Remasters Getting Attention to Fix Issues

Category: Gaming
Posted: 01:27PM

Recently 2K released The BioShock Collection, bringing the franchise to the current consoles and updating the first two games to remastered versions. If you already owned BioShock or BioShock 2 on Steam, you received the respective remaster for free. Unfortunately it was not a perfect launch for these games, but the developers have responded and are going to be patching the games.

In addition to addressing stability issues that have been preventing some players from enjoying them, there will also be some features added. BioShock Remastered will be receiving some "general mouse fixes" such as better mouse smoothing, sensitivity, and acceleration options. This game will also get additional speaker mode options. BioShock Remastered and BioShock 2 Remastered, including the Minerva's Den DLC will get improved field of view sliders and support for 21:9 display ratios.

When I streamed BioShock Remastered I did not encounter any of the stability issues others have, but have to say I am very happy to see these options coming, especially those concerning the mouse.

Source: Steam Community

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slick2500 on September 23, 2016 22:54

Like I stated in my thread, these are all issues that should not have ever existed in a retail product to begin with.

ir_cow on September 24, 2016 02:17

When its just a copy and paste of the old game with higher resolution textures for a console release its normal lol. i'm not surprised because its purely a console rehash with the PC version tacked on to grab a few extra bucks.

MadMan on September 24, 2016 06:22

2k Seems to have a history with these kinds of issues when it comes to releasing PC games which makes me hesitant to pre-order mafia 3

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