While it’s not an official confirmation or proof for its existence, the oft-rumored BioShock: The Collection is probably going to happen. At least that’s what Lifelower claims after spotting an interesting listing for the unannounced Bioshock compilation on a game rating website in Taiwan. The taiwanese rating site is showing a box art and a wider platform release for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
— lifelower (@lifelower) March 17, 2016
If all of this is true, we should definitely expect to play BioShock, BioShock 2 amd BioShock Infinite in this collection, at least that’s what the excellent box art implies. Will it include though downloadable content like for example Minerva’s Den and Burial at Sea DLC? And will the first games come in a new, remastered version? All of this is still needing a few official announcements, but it would be a great thing to have a new, updated collection for the epic trilogy of Bioshock.
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