After nearly (opens in new tab) a year of leaks (opens in new tab), The BioShock Collection has finally been officially announced. The visually upgraded, all-in-one BioShock package will be released on September 13 in North America and September 16 around the world on PC, PS4, and Xbox One for $59.99 (UK price TBA).
The package includes every BioShock game and their single-player add-ons: the Challenge Rooms and Museum of Orphaned Concepts for BioShock; Minerva's Den and the Protector Trials for BioShock 2, though the multiplayer "Fall of Rapture" mode has been omitted; and both episodes of Burial at Sea, the Clash in the Clouds pack, and the Columbia's Finest pack for . It also has a video series called "Director's Commentary: Imagining BioShock" featuring insight from creative director Ken Levine and animation lead/director Shawn Robertson.
Each game will have upgraded visuals from their older counterparts, excepting BioShock Infinite on PC since it "already meets current-gen console standards". That's fine, I guess - I'm really just looking forward to seeing the leaky halls of Rapture in extra-fine detail.
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