Wait why was it called Sonic Frontiers if it takes place on a set of islands can a frontier be an island wait what
After basically being an open secret thanks to more leaks than anyone could care to recall, BioShock: The Collection has officially been announced. In the wake of ratings in basically every country, and the early reveal of the game’s boxart, 2K launched a page for the game yesterday and finally confirmed the remasters today.
The collection will give the HD treatment to BioShock, BioShock 2, and surprisingly enough, BioShock Infinite. However, Infinite won’t be getting a remaster on PC, and instead will only be included as regular in the bundle. All DLC will be included, which means Minerva’s Den for 2 and Burial at Sea for Infinite, as well as all the other various content packs. Unsurprisingly, multiplayer functions won’t be included.
The games will also include a director’s commentary titled Imagining BioShock, featuring Ken Levine and lead artist Shawn Robertson. BioShock: The Collection will run you a total of $60 when it hits PS4, Xbox One, and PC on September 13th. Let’s just hope this remaster project doesn’t go the way of Return to Arkham.
If you’re like me and are always dying to dive back into the watery world of Rapture, check out the trailer below: