BioShock Remastered screenshot of the lighthouse at night

BioShock Remastered, as you might imagine from the name alone, is a greatly improved version of the original classic. It comes with 4K resolution support, high resolution textures and models, full controller support, director's commentary featuring Ken Levine and Shawn Robertson, as well as Challenge Rooms to test your combat skills.

It released on PC and consoles back in 2016, and after one hell of a wait it appears that BioShock Remastered will also be making its way to Mac as well. The release date hasn't been announced just yet, but you can expect to see it at some point later this year.

As with most ports these days the Mac version will not be handled by the developers themselves, but rather by Feral Interactive. If the name doesn't ring a bell, you might know them better from their work on the Mac and Linux versions of Dawn of War 3, Total War: Warhammer, XCOM 2, Tomb Raider, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, and the list goes on.

Before you get too excited, it is worth mentioning that even today the PC version of BioShock Remastered suffers from a variety of annoying crashes and glitches. A real shame since the remaster itself is pretty damn good, so hopefully Feral will be able to conjure up a couple of miracles and make the Mac version what BioShock Remastered should've been from the very begining. And since that's pretty much all of the information available so far, allow me to send you off with the remastered gameplay trailer. Enjoy!