Three years after the release of the last Bioshock game, 2K is releasing the entire series in package called Bioshock: The Collection.
On consoles, all three games are remastered so that each title looks beautiful in 1080p. Of the three games, Bioshock and Bioshock 2 will be the only games that receive the graphical facelift on PC. According to 2K, Bioshock Infinite “already meets the current-gen console standards and runs smoothly on high visual settings.” On top of the visual improvements, the collection also includes all of the single-player downloadable content for each of the three games.
|Bioshock||Director's Commentary: Imagining BioshockMuseum of Orphaned ConceptsChallenge Rooms|
|Bioshock 2||Protector TrialsMinerva's Den|
|Bioshock Infinite||Clash in the CloudsColumbia's FinestBurial At Sea: Episode 1 and 2|
There’s also one more piece of good news for PC owners. If you already have a copy of Bioshock, Bioshock 2 or the Minerva’s Den standalone story on Steam, you’ll get the remastered version for free. Bioshock: The Collection lands on September 13.
|Name||Bioshock: The Collection|
|Type||First-person, Science Fiction|
|Developer||Blind Squirrel Games|
|Platforms||PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One|
|Release Date||September 13, 2016|
|Where To Buy||2K StoreAmazon (opens in new tab)Best Buy (opens in new tab)GameStop (opens in new tab)|