BioShock 2 drops GFWL
Game switches to Steamworks, users can activate old keys
Following the shut down of Games For Windows LIVE service marketplace in August, 2K Games have announced that BioShock 2 is now available with Steamworks.
Starting today the shooter is available via Steam, and this new version includes all available multiplayer downloadable content, as well as the single player Protector Trials DLC.
If you have already purchased BioShock 2 through a different digital store, simply take the same game activation key you already own and “activate” it within Steam. Doing this will grant you access to BioShock 2, all of its multiplayer and Protector Trials DLC, as well as Minerva’s Den.
With the help of Digital Extremes, BioShock 2 on Steam fully supports popular features of the platform, including controller compatibility, Steam achievements, and Big Picture mode. Leveling up in multiplayer is also quicker and easier, as it has been fine-tuned.