Interesting things started to happen around the PC version of BioShock Infinite. For several months, the title has been regularly modified by the publisher on Steam.
Modifications of the game, released almost 10 years ago, always arouse interest. It turns out that BioShock Infinite, which went on sale on Steam in March 2013 , has been getting regular, small modifications to the files available on Steam since last September (as documented here by SteamDB ). In March 2022 alone, 13 small changes were made to the game . The last change to the production files was 3 days ago.
Gamers have already begun to speculate what such a sudden and unexpected return of the publisher to BioShock Infinite could mean. Unfortunately, the publisher does not present an official list of changes to the aforementioned patches. According to one theory, BioShock Infinite is adapted to the requirements of Steam Deck (the game currently has no official support for this hardware). According to another group of fans, it may be about preparations for the release of a remaster that will replace the current release on Steam. The third theory is that 2K Games is preparing its own “launcher” for its games. 2K Games has not issued any announcement on this matter so far – so we are only left with guesses.