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Bioshock PC DRM removed


There is much rejoicing in the Bioshock PC community this evening. Why? Because the 2K Boston/Australia first person shooter now has the freedom to be played without having to worry anymore about those pesky activation restrictions or install limits. A note on the game's official message board has the word:

Good news! As promised, all activation restrictions, including install limits, have been removed from BioShock PC as of today. You don't have to patch or install anything for this to go into effect for your copy of BioShock – it's already done!

Enjoy your time in Rapture, and thank you for supporting BioShock and the 2K teams.

Huzzah! Now if we can only get BioWare and EA to do something similar for Mass Effect.

[Via Blue's News]

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