BioShock Infinite Isn’t Being Remastered on PC Because Current Version is Better Than Consoles

Despite the newly announced BioShock: The Collection boasting remastered versions of all three games on the PS4 and Xbox One, the PC version of the trilogy won’t include a remastered version of BioShock Infinite. Why? Because, as 2K puts it, the current version of the game on PC already runs on a comparable level to current-gen consoles. Would you like some ice for that burn, consoles?

BioShock: The Collection will boast remastered versions of BioShock, BioShock 2 and the last entry in the series, the critically acclaimed BioShock Infinite, alongside all of the subsequent DLC for each game. However, while every game will be receiving an upgrade for their transition from the PS3/Xbox 360 to the PS4/Xbox One, the version of BioShock Infinite included with this trilogy will remain the same as the one that can currently be purchased on Steam.

After announcing the collection in a blog post, publishers 2K Games wrote: “BioShock Infinite is not being remastered on PC because it already meets current-gen console standards and runs smoothly on high visual settings.” This roughly translates to “PC >>> consoles 4eva losers,” with 2K then forming the L shape with their index finger and thumb before placing it on their forehead for good measure.

BioShock: The Collection  will release on September 13th, 2016. Would you kindly check out the trailer for the game below?


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