BioShock Infinite finally released on Linux/SteamOS in time for for a massive 2K 10 Anniversary sale on Steam. 2K is offering up a 10th Anniversary Bundle for $49.99 that contains: Borderlands 2, Civ V, XCom, Bioshock Infinite, The Bureau, The Darkness II, Spec Ops: The Line, Mafia II, Duke Nukem Forever, Borderlands GOTY, BioShock 2, BioShock, Ace Patrol, Pacific Skies, Civilization IV, Civilization III, Sid Meier's Pirates & Sid Meier's Railroads. If you were looking to play any number of those games this might be worth checking out.

I downloaded BioShock Infinite on Linux and after updating my video card drivers I was able to play the game. BioShock Infinite plays similarly to Borderlands 2 in that it works well but doesn't quite perform as well as on Windows on the same rig with similar settings. The game is very playable and I imagine will work well on any Steam Machine you get. Nice to see more games getting ported and I wonder how long it takes until companies like Blizzard and... EA get on board?

Travis   Admin wrote on 03/20/2015 at 09:33pm

Bethesda! They need to get on this. And bring id back to Linux.

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