‘Tis a tale whispering of in dark corners of long-forgotten taverns; the tale of the legendary Minerva’s Den DLC release for a system called … the PC.
Men called it unlikely. Fools called it mere myth. Now, just 15 months after it was released for Xbox 360 and PS3, Minerva’s Den will see a release for the PC version of Bioshock 2 on 31 May this year.
Originally cancelled, then reinstated, it was beginning to seem like this day would never arrive. But now it has. Soon, PC owners of Bioshock 2 will be able to play the rather excellent standalone single-player jaunt into Rapture’s creepy computing sector. If they can remember where they stored the game.
Of course, it’ll cost you $10.00 USD (800 MS Points) and you’ll have to get it from Games For Windows LIVE. Thanks to the massive, massive delay on this, that price is probably about double what you’d pay for the original game these days, but those are the breaks.
Source: Cult of Rapture
Image taken from Bioshock 2.

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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