After the accidental leak, 2K finally confirmed that the three BioShock games will be re-released in a remastered collection. Fans of the franchise should be very excited for the upcoming collection, while those not familiar with the epic shooter have a lot to look forward to. The three-game collection will launch on Sept. 13 in North America, Sept. 15 in Australia and on the 16th for everywhere else for $60. Here?s what you should know about BioShock The Collection.
Aside from the three full BioShock games, BioShock ?The Collection will also have all of the DLCs of each title. It?s basically a collection of three GOTY editions. It will have the Museum of Orphaned Concepts and Challenge Rooms DLCs from BioShock and Minerva?s Den and Protector Trials DLC from BioShock 2. It will also have Clash in the Clouds, Burial at Sea Ep. 1 and 2 and Columbia?s Finest Pack for BioShock Infinite. It will also include a special director?s commentary titled Imagining BioShock. It?s worth noting, however, that the multiplayer of BioShock 2 will not be included.
A New Visual Experience
The first two games were released for the previous gen of consoles, so their graphics are a bit outdated. Luckily, BioShock The Collection will have better graphics and performance for the titles. The game will be remastered into glorious 1080p with 60fps. However, no change will be made to BioShock Infinite since the game was geared for new-gen consoles in the first place, 2K said.
Hours Upon Hours Of Gameplay
The collection includes three full-length titles bundled with their DLCs. Players could take more than 50 hours to run through the titles. The BioShock series has been known to be a good shooter, but its main selling point is the narrative that draws in players with mystery and twists.
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