BioShock 2 gets Steam support after the closure of Games For Windows Live
2K Games has released a swanky new update for BioShock 2 which introduces Steam support.
The game was originally built for Games For Windows Live but, with Microsoft sunsetting their rather unpopular PC online gaming service 2K Games has re-enlisted the help of Digital Extremes who worked on the PC version originally to provide an update that will allow the game to switch over from GFWL to Steam.
To get the update, if you didn't buy the game through Steam, simply re-activate your registration key through Steam. As a bonus you'll receive all of the game's multiplayer DLC, Protector Trials challenge DLC and the single player Minerva's Den DLC.
If you originally bought it through Steam then you don't need to do anything as your copy will update automatically.
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