The videogame industry is not about to take a back seat when it comes to beefing up their games to go in line with modern technological trends, and 2K Games wants to give the best gaming experience when players would play BioShock: The Collection. But to do that, you might want to upgrade your system in order to get the most out of the game; unless, of course, you’re already satisfied with medium settings.
2K Games Provides Information on the PC Requirements for BioShock: The Collection
Along with the instructions to play BioShock: The Collection, 2K Games also provided the minimum and recommended specs to play the BioShock and BioShock 2 remastered version for the PC. It is also previously reported that those who already own the games on Steam will be able to automatically upgrade to the remastered versions when they launch the title from the client.
However, it does get a bit tricky when you own the disc version of these games. This is because most physical copies do not have a CD key, owners of the disc version would first have to provide their Steam profile information, as well as a proof of purchase of the original PC game and then send those information to the 2K Games support. The instructions to do this are detailed over at the company’s support page.
But for BioShock 2 owners who had purchased the game digitally through the “Games for Windows Live” platform, you would have to find the key that is included with the digital or physical copy. With this key in hand, you can then use it to activate the upgrade through Steam. The steps to do that can be found within the game’s official website’s FAQ page.
For the minimum requirements of the remastered versions of the game, you won’t have to have a supercomputer to run it. But in order to attain the best gaming performance, then you might want to upgrade your system with better specs. Once again, the information about these hardware specifications are highlighted within the official game’s website.
BioShock: The Collection will come with BioShock: Infinite, which is already upgraded to be displayed at 1080p and will automatically run at 60-frames-per-second for current generation consoles. Furthermore, it will also come with all single-player downloadable contents (DLCs). For console gamers, it will be release on the 13th of September for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America. It will come out on the 15th of September in Australia, and a day after for all other international regions.
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