BioShock: The Collection is Real, Coming September 13th

A BioShock trilogy remaster (or whatever you want to call these things) has been rumored for quite some time, with various leaks across the board. But today, it’s official.

BioShock: The Collection will release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on September 13th (in NA, 15th & 16th internationally) for the full retail price of $59.99. It’ll include all single-player DLC, along with commentary from Ken Levine himself.

It’s worth noting that BioShock 2’s multiplayer mode will not be included in the collection, and BioShock Infinite will not be remastered for PC, as 2K states “it already meets current-gen console standards and runs smoothly on high visual settings.

I don’t usually get excited about remasters, but the original BioShock and Infinite count among my favorite games of the last console generation and I eagerly await September 13th so I can revisit Rapture, Columbia, and the fantastic ride that is BioShock.


4 thoughts on “BioShock: The Collection is Real, Coming September 13th

    1. The games should all run at 1080p/60fps, which the PS3 versions didn’t, so I guess it depends how important that and the director’s commentary are lol.

      I have the trilogy on PS3 and 360, but I’ll probably grab it just because I never got the DLC for any of them. The commentary is interesting too, since I’ve always appreciated Ken Levine.

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