Bioshock Remastered has officially released on PC, and its reception has been lukewarm to say the least.
Players are reportedly experiencing a myriad of bugs, some of which were present in the game 9 years ago and still haven’t been addressed.
Users have reported problems with the remastered games across a variety of platforms, and have voiced their dissatisfaction with the amount of bugs in the games, which include:
- Persistent mouse acceleration
- Framerate issues/Stuttering
- Intermittent crashes
- Some resolution/graphics bugs
- Old bugs are still present in the game
The options menu in both games has been dumbed-down dramatically, featuring far less graphics settings than the originals, a change which has upset PC gamers who need to tweak performance settings in order to achieve the best framerate while maintaining as much visual quality as possible.
Although a large portion of users received the remasters for free as they owned the original titles, gamers are still hoping for these issues to be fixed via patches so they can enjoy the improved textures and visual effects.
Below are the old and new graphics option menus for Bioshock and Bioshock 2: