BioShock: The Collection launched earlier this month and provided upgraded versions of the BioShock trilogy, though they weren’t without their problems. However, there are fixes and improvements that are on the way for BioShock and BioShock 2 that everyone can look forward to on PC, which 2K has now detailed.
Here’s a snippet from the blog post:
“Since the launch of BioShock and BioShock 2 Remastered, some players have been reporting stability issues, while others have asked for additional feature support. We hear you and we’re happy to report we’re addressing this feedback soon. Whether it’s your first time in Rapture, or you’re revisiting it again, we want your experience with the BioShock remasters to be as enjoyable as possible.”
Here’s what will be addressed in the first round of fixes and improvements for the first two games:
- 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.
There’s no ETA for when these issues will be addressed with an update, though 2K plans to release more information as soon as they’re ready to go.