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‘BioShock: The Collection’ Sure Looks Pretty

Welcome back to Rapture, folks. Now would you kindly watch this new footage? It mostly focuses on the first entry in the acclaimed trilogy that 2K has remastered in next month’s BioShock: The Collection, which features enhanced versions of BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite, though Infinite will likely be comparable to the PC version that’s currently available.

Each game and all previously released single-player DLC have been optimized to run at “up to” 60 fps with support for 1080p HD. The multiplayer mode that was introduced in the second game will not return, but the bundle does come with the commentary featurette Imagining BioShock, starring director Ken Levine and lead artist Shawn Roberston. You might call this a circus of value.

The collection is headed to PC, PS4 and Xbox One on September 13 in North America, September 15 in Australia, and September 16 everywhere else. It’ll cost $60, unless you already own the first two games and/or the Minerva’s Den DLC on Steam, then you can upgrade to the remastered versions free-of-charge.




  • PsychoMantis18

    September is looking gooooooooood.

  • Pc

    no mac? awww….i had first one and infinite on mac.

  • Brodequin

    There are few important questions that should be answered before launch:

    – Will be finally fixed that horrible audio cutting out in combat scenes?
    – Will Splicers A.I. in Bioshock 1, 2 and DLC remain untouched/unchanged?
    I hope so, A.I. in Bioshock Infinite was complete disaster…
    – Last but not least: Will be all crashing related bugs Bioshock 2 and DLC gone forever?
    -If so will UE4 not bring is’t own bugs infestation, as in Gears of War: Ultimate Edition?

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