Bioshock 2 For PC Finally Gets DLC

by Ben Reeves on Oct 27, 2010 at 11:25 AM

BioShock 2 DLC for PC was recently canceled due to "technical and timing issues," but good news has come along: Development for the extra content is back on. PC players can expect Protector Trials and Minerva’s Den as well as a patch headed their way soon.

2K Games employee "2K Elizabeth" recently stated on 2K Game’s forums: "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."

The post doesn't announce when exactly the DLC will be ready, but it sounds like it's not too far off:

"Currently, we are patching the final bugs in these two pieces of content and then will submit everything to certification. The cert process can take anywhere up to four weeks, but as we hit major milestones (passing cert or otherwise included) I'll tell you guys. We are projecting that the patch and the Protector Trials will be ready to cert in December and I'm happy to announce that they will be available free to the community."

Free DLC! It seems hard to complain, but I'm sure someone will figure out a way.

[via Rock Paper Shotgun]