How Do I Crouch in "Bioshock"?
By Joshua Phillips
Updated September 22, 2017
"BioShock," a first-person shooter, was released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC in 2007. Like many first-person shooters, "BioShock" allows your character different degrees of movement. Your character can run, look around and crouch. Crouching in "BioShock" allows you to access new areas and hide from enemies. Depending on your system, how you crouch in "BioShock" will require a different button input.
Press the left analog stick in on the Xbox 360 controller to crouch. Press it again to stop crouching.
Press the left analog stick in on the PlayStation 3 controller to crouch. Press it again to stop crouching.
Press "C" on your PC's keyboard to crouch. Press "C" again to stop crouching.
You can move around while crouching, but movement will be slower in this position.
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