Coming off of the release of Bioshock: The Collection, quite a few PC players had reported performance issues affecting the remastered versions of Bioshock and Bioshock 2, while others asked for further options to fine-tune the experience to their liking. 2K has been paying attention. Both issues will be the central focus of an upcoming patch to Bioshock: The Collection.
A representative from 2K made the announcement directly via Bioshock: The Collection's. In the announcement, 2K acknowledged concern over stability issues with the first and second game of the series and announced plans to fix a few of the major concerns that had been brought up thus far.
Specifically, 2K mentioned that the following issues will be addressed in the upcoming patch:
-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.
While no official date has been announced just yet as to when this update will drop, 2K has assured that it will be coming as soon as possible to make the overall experience of the collection a more complete experience for new and old players alike.
Bioshock: The Collection, featuring Bioshock, Bioshock 2, Bioshock: Infinite, and all of their DLC as well as special features like design commentary, is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and.