BioShock Infinite celebrated its ninth anniversary on Saturday, having first released on March 26, 2013, and now fans are noticing something odd about the PC version of the game: it’s quietly received 13 updates this month.
That’s quite a lot of updates, but it’s more than a dozen in addition to several that have been going live continuously in BioShock Infinite since around September 2021, as reported by The player. What’s odd is that 2K, the publisher of BioShock Infinite, hasn’t really publicly confirmed these updates. Additionally, there are no confirmed reasons for this either, as BioShock Infinite remains the same game it was before the updates began.
Accordingly The playerit received seven updates in 2021 and now, in March alone, it has had 13. The players have started speculate about what these updates mean and why they’re happening, and some have reached a possible BioShock Infinite remaster or new-gen update (which could theoretically affect the PC version). Others think that maybe 2K is working on some back-end stuff to make BioShock Infinite a Steam deckable game.
However, what seems most likely is some behind-the-scenes work on 2K launch integration, as pointed out by LitheBeep on Reddit. Zorklis on Reddit, said in response that one of the updates includes “2K Launcher Development Branch” which seems to confirm that the updates are related to this launcher and nothing more exciting like a remaster or a new generation update. Perhaps 2K will end the speculation by letting everyone know what’s going on with BioShock Infinite.
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