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BioShock 2 patch for PS3, 360 detailed

11:20 AM on 07.28.2010

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)

Some five months after its release, 2K Marin is updating BioShock 2 once again for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

This latest patch, which hits on August 3, makes a few notable changes, mostly that the game no longer crashes when doing certain things, and some menus now work like they're supposed. I guess that's important stuff. The full release notes for both patches can be found after the jump, and includes a number of game updates to adapt it for current (and presumably future) downloadable content.

Having issues with the PC version of the game? No worries -- 2K says a PC patch is still in the works and is "getting some final touches." Expect details soon.

BIOSHOCK 2 PATCH NOTES FOR 360 AND PS3 [The Cult of Rapture]

360 PATCH NOTES

  • Signing out of active gamer profile, then back in, then accepting an invite no longer results in a crash/hangs
  • Rebirth no longer has potential to reset total ADAM
  • Game no longer crashes when DLC is transferred to USB thumb drive and removed before gameplay
  • Opening Xbox LIVE Marketplace from Main Menu works every time
  • Sound System now supports sounds in DLC packages
  • DLC Menu supports Protector Trials menu features
  • Support for adding more subtitles in DLC without using more memory

PS3 PATCH NOTES

  • Sound System now supports sounds in DLC packages
  • Suppressing partial localization when the DLC supports more languages than the disk game it's installed on top of
  • Support for adding more subtitles in DLC without using more memory
  • DLC Menu support for Protector Trials menu features
  • DLC packages have added protection to dlc content packages
  • PSN Store access added to "Downloadable Content" menu option
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Nick Chester

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