Today, 2K released a patch for the remastered editions of BioShock and BioShock 2 on PC, which fixes several of the problems reported by users previously and adds some requested features.
One of the most common problems with these games was the mouse acceleration, 2K said that the situation is now corrected with improved sensitivity and buffer storage. There are also improvements in the allocation of buttons 4 and 5 of the mouse. In addition, the mouse icon size is now adjustable and will scale with the resolution.
Another good news is that both games are now supported in resolutions of 21:9, while the user interface has two different modes, ie, stretching and centering. You can also adjust the field of view from 75 to 130.
As to the first BioShock, it no longer resets all settings if you close the game incorrectly and speaker mode is given as an option in the setup menu. In addition, several problems with Nvidia graphics cards were corrected and there are no additional graphics options for low-end systems.
Meanwhile, BioShock 2 features performance improvements obtained with DirectX 11 graphics and corrections in several sections. If you want to get the complete list of improvements, you can go to the Steam page of BioShock.
BioShock: The Collection debuted in September, and is available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.