BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite are now backwards compatible on Xbox One.
The BioShock Collection's troubled PC version has now been patched - so if you were waiting for the changes to drop, now may be the time to head back.
Included in the update are field-of-view fixes, 21:9 resolution support and mouse icon updates, all of which should make the refreshed PC versions of the classic BioShock 1 and 2 a little more playable.
It's a shame these things weren't in the game to begin with - but here's hoping they make a difference for you.
PC players will soon be able to upgrade their copies of BioShock and BioShock 2 - although you may need to rummage around your old PC disc cases to do so.
The first hour of BioShock is perhaps my favourite first hour of any video game ever.
THERE MAY BE SPOILERS AHEAD.
The tone, intrigue and suspense are pitched perfectly as you, the player character, crash into the sea only to find a mysterious lighthouse that blinks into life, a beacon in the dark.
A speedrun of 2007 game BioShock was seemingly interrupted by a Windows 10 update during this year's Games Done Quick charity event.
Speedrunner Blood_Thunder stumbled into the now infamous blue screen update as he approached a terminal in the game at around the 33 minute mark, to the surprise of audiences watching in the room and online.
The installation was later revealed, however, to be a prank, with the cutscene edited to look like an unexpected update was taking place, before the run continued on as normal, finishing with a time of 51:54. Well played!
At long last, 2K Games has officially announced BioShock: The Collection.
It arrives for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 16th September in the UK (13th in North America) and here's what you get: