For all the PC owners who bought Bioshock 2 in hopes of being treated the same way as the console guys, we have some bad news for you.
2K’s just said Bioshock on PC will not be getting the Minervaâ€™s Den or Protectorâ€™s Trials DLC.
That’s according to the developer’s Elizabeth Tobey, who said on their forums that not supplying the DLC for PC was due to “timing and technical issues”, and that the problems plaguing the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game will be fixed through patches to be released soon.
“I have an update on the status of patches for BioShock 2 and some answers to questions on features that have been outstanding for a while,” she said. “We will not be adding vending machine sounds into any version of BioShock 2 and we will not be adding playlists for the multiplayer DLC maps â€“ we did look in to both options but due to technical and timing issues, these two fixes are not feasible.”
“We are planning patches for the 360 and PS3 to fix some functionality issues, but they will not drastically change gameplay (and Iâ€™ll post the patch notes when I get them â€“ these two items are still in with QA.)
We will also not be offering Protector Trials and Minervaâ€™s Den on the PC in the future â€“ and I want to say that Iâ€™m sorry for the disappointment this will cause to PC players out there. As always, if any of these issues change in the future, I will update you guys first, but at this point in time I donâ€™t want to make you wait any longer and these are the most definite answers I have and you guys should deem them final decisions.”
The DLC 2K Games are refusing to make available for the platform in question, has been on the PS3 and Xbox 360 since June.
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