Bioshock: The Collection Officially Announced By 2K

After various rumors, leaks, and postings on various rating boards and online stores, the worst kept secret has finally been revealed by 2K. Bioshock: The Collection, an HD remaster of the Bioshock series, will be released for all current generation systems and the PC.

The collection will include all three games in the series, along with their respective single player DLC, as well as enhanced visuals, and an exclusive documentary called “Director’s Commentary: Imagining BioShock“, which gives an in depth look into the making of the series with creator Ken Levine. Blind Squirrel Games will be working on the remaster for all versions of the game, however publisher 2K did reveal a couple things about the games that players should take note of. First, Bioshock 2’s multiplayer will not be included in this remaster, and on the PC, Bioshock Infinte will not be getting a remaster, the reason being, “because it already meets current-gen console standards and runs smoothly on high visual settings”. The good news however for PC players is that if you own the original Bioshock or Bioshock 2 (as well as Minerva’s Den), you’ll be able to upgrade to the remastered versions for free after launch. In semi-related news, the entire Bioshock series is 85% off on Steam right now, so now’s your chance to get the games for cheap.

Bioshock: The Collection will release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 13th in North America, and September 16th internationally, and will cost $59.99 at retail. A trailer was also released this morning as well, which you could kindly watch below.





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