2K Games has announced that the BioShock 2 DLC Protector Trials and Minerva’s Den will be coming to the PC after all – and Protector Trials will be a freebie.
When 2K announced a few weeks back that “technical and timing issues” had brought a halt to work on the PC versions of the Protector Trials and Minerva’s Den DLC for BioShock 2, it did not go over well. Even worse was the decision, revealed at the same time, to kill a long-awaited patch intended to correct several outstanding glitches in the game. Long-suffering PC gamers howled their outrage over this latest barb under their skin, furious with the publisher for abandoning the platform.
And then something interesting happened. 2K listened.
“I have some good news concerning the BioShock 2 PC patch as well as the development of Protector Trials and Minerva’s Den for the PC. Not to keep you in suspense any longer, I’ll sum it up with one sentence: We have resumed development on all three and they will be coming to PC,” 2K Senior Marketing Manager Elizabeth Tobey wrote in a View Forum Comments