While we’re not sure when we might see another BioShock game released in the near future, the good news is that if you’re looking to replay the original BioShock trilogy, you could be in luck especially if you’re a Nintendo Switch owner. This is because according to a leak, it seems that the BioShock Collection could be headed to the console.
We had a few reports earlier that hinted at a potential BioShock sequel. However, there was nothing concrete at that time.But, now, 2K officially launched a new studio – “Cloud Chamber” that is actively working on a new BioShock game.It looks like the newest development studio was launched to focus primarily on the new iteration of the BioShock game.In a tweet, they did officially confirm the same: Today, 2K announced […]
The last time we saw a new BioShock game, it was in 2013 when 2K Games launched BioShock Infinite. The title was not a direct sequel to BioShock 2, despite it existing in the same universe and offering up a similar playstyle. However, the good news is that if you’re looking forward to a direct sequel to BioShock 2, you could be in luck.
Back in 2014, Irrational Games announced that they would be shutting down. For those unfamiliar, the studio is behind the immensely popular BioShock franchise which led to some speculating as to what the future might hold for the series. However 2K reassured gamers that BioShock is a “permanent franchise”, suggesting that it won’t be going away anytime soon.
It has been a while since we last saw a new BioShock game, but regardless it is still one of the more widely-regarded RPG franchises in recent gaming history. In fact did you know that the franchise has recently turned 10 years old? To celebrate this milestone, 2K Games has announced a special Collector’s Edition version of the game.
Back in 2016, BioShock: The Collection was officially announced, which for those unfamiliar is basically a remastering of old BioShock titles for the console. It was later brought over onto the PC, which had some wondering what about Mac gamers? The good news is that Mac users will be shown some love too later next week.
Back in 2015, the folks at 2K Games pulled BioShock from the iTunes App Store. The reason behind is that there were some compatibility issues with iOS 8.4, which meant that rather than gamers downloading the game and running into bugs and problems, 2K decided it would be simpler to just pull it.
So it was only recently that 2K released the BioShock remaster for the PC, but unfortunately its launch was not as smooth as 2K had hoped. There have been several reports from gamers complaining about certain problems about the game, such as mouse acceleration which is a problem that was present in the original game.
Several months ago, it was confirmed that BioShock would be getting a remaster in the form of BioShock: The Collection. The good news for console gamers is that you don’t really need to worry about whether your console can support the game, which we guess is one of the upsides to console gaming.
Yesterday we reported that thanks to a leak, it looked like 2K Games was getting ready to announce BioShock: The Collection. From the name itself it is clearly a collection of all the BioShock games released to date, although we were unsure if this included all the DLCs that have also been released since.
Last year we heard rumors that a BioShock Collection could be in the works. In case the name wasn’t obvious, this is basically a collection of all the BioShock games released to date in a single bundle to make it easier for gamers to get into the franchise. A couple of months ago, the bundle was spotted at multiple rating agencies.
It was first reported last year that remastered versions of all three BioShock games will be released for consoles and the PC. Many developments have taken place since then to provide pretty strong hints that a collection of old BioShock games will be arriving soon. BioShock: The Collection has been spotted at multiple rating agencies and it has now been spotted on the most important one of all, ESRB, which […]
There’s growing evidence to support the theory that a bundle which features previous BioShock games is going to arrive soon for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We’ve been hearing since last year that remastered versions of all three BioShock games are due to arrive on the consoles and PC. Recently a rating board in Brazil listed the BioShock: The Collection bundle and now the same bundle has been spotted in […]
If you like playing the original BioShock series then this might interest you. From the looks of it, you will no longer need to rely on emulators or an old console to play the original BioShock trilogy. Recent developments suggest that a remastered version of all three BioShock games might be heading to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.