BioShock 2 recently expanded on its single-player story through the addition of the Minerva's Den downloadable content that was released last August for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, but now it seems that PC owners of the title won't be getting that piece of new content.
BioShock 2 continue the story of the underwater city of Rapture, after the original, award winning title introduced us to its Dystopian setting.
While its story didn't really manage to reach the expectations many people had hoped it would, the title still became extremely successful on the platforms it was released on, the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
After its release, the game's developer, 2K Marin
, and its publisher, 2K Games, announced that they will release a special type of downloadable content for the single-player mode, entitled Minerva's Den
When it was released for the two consoles, 2K revealed that a PC version was coming soon, but declined to reveal a concrete release date.
Now, it seems that PC users won't be getting the new content, according to a new announcement posted by Elizabeth Tobey, Senior Manager of Interactive Marketing from 2K Games.
"We will also not be offering Protector Trials and Minerva's Den on the PC in the future -- and I want to say that I'm sorry for the disappointment this will cause to PC players out there. "
"As always, if any of these issues change in the future, I will update you guys first, but at this point in time I don't want to make you wait any longer and these are the most definite answers I have and you guys should deem them final decisions."
Two other things that won't be coming to BioShock 2 on any platforms are sounds for the vending machines and playlists for the multiplayer DLC maps.
Tobey revealed that the studio looked into all of these things but technical or time-related issues affected all of them, so 2K Marin won't be able to deliver these features.
Patches will still appear for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 editions in the future, but don't expect any huge changes.