Bioshock Infinite will be available on Mac as of the 29th August, some 5 months after it was first released on PC and consoles. That may sound like a long time for Mac gamers to wait, but that’s much better than the more than 2 years after the official release date it took for Bioshock 2 to arrive on Mac OS X.

Ported by Aspyr, the same outfit that brought Borderlands, Civilization and Call of Duty to Mac gamers, Bioshock Infinite will be available through the Mac App Store, Steam and Asypr’s own GameAgent. The list price is US$59.99, though where you purchase could determine how much bang for buck you get. Purchasing through Steam will get you Steam Play, meaning you get a copy for both Mac and PC, where as purchasing though GameAgent gets you Columbia’s Finest DLC and a voucher for 20 percent off the list price, which is quite a big incentive.

Either way, Aspyr has stated the new Clash in the Clouds DLC will be available on or not long after the launch date, and the recently announced Burial at Sea 2-part campaign add-on will follow thereafter.

[Via The Verge]

Bioshock Infinite coming to the Mac later this month originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Fri, 02 Aug 2013 13:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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