2K Games announced earlier this month that downloadable content of BioShock 2 would not be launched on PC. The developer cited the issues of technical problem and timing, and the PC gamers, naturally, turned into a fit of rage as the Minerva’s Den DLC and The Protector Trails are available only on PS3 and Xbox 360. Now, anger has paid off. The developer has cancelled its plan.
Elizabeth Tobey, representative of 2K Games, said: “We have resumed development… and they will be coming to PC.”
Tobey also explained why earlier the projects were cancelled. She said 2K Games was working in building the Protector Trails, but some unresolved bugs were there, which still persists. She added that this would trigger some type of problems during specific situations during the game. The bug was not fixed on time by the developer and so they had to move on to other projects.
Well, let us thank to the harsh community that forced the maker of BioShock 2 to think over their cancelled project and offer to the PC gamers The Protector Trials this December. More to this, the content will be free.