BioShock: The Collection for PlayStation 4


For the few gamers out there that didn’t know, we have the BioShock games coming to the PlayStation 4 as a remastered collection. Check out the details on the imaginatively titled BioShock: The Collection coming on September 13 and let us know in the forums if you will journey back to Rapture and Columbia once again.

It’s been nine years since Irrational Games and 2K pulled you to terrifying depths in the underwater city of Rapture with BioShock, five years since your return to Rapture in BioShock 2, and three years since you skyhooked across the floating city of Columbia in BioShock Infinite. For the first time, fans of the BioShock franchise can experience all three award-winning adventures remastered for current-gen consoles and digital PC. The moment you’ve been waiting for is here – BioShock: The Collection will launch on September 13, 2016 in the U.S. (September 15 in Australia and September 16 internationally).

Working with Blind Squirrel Games, 2K remastered BioShock and BioShock 2 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC and BioShock Infinite for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, making them look better than ever. BioShock: The Collection brings the three titles together, complete with all single-player DLC as well as a never-before-seen video series, “Director’s Commentary: Imagining BioShock,” which includes insights from Ken Levine – over $100 of content – for only $59.99.

Written by Chazz Harrington

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  • Joshua Simpkins

    So BioShock is the latest remaster game coming, huh? Yup… The RemasterStation 4 is definitely my last game console, especially after having Sony burn me twice by cutting support for the PS Vita and PS TV micro console in the past couple of years. I already even cancelled my PlayStation VR pre-order how serious I am.

    • ChazzH69

      Most developers and publishers have found out how easy and cheap it is to port over their older (usually PC) games to the PlayStation 4, it especially makes sense if they are going to announce a new title in the series.

      These can be great if you didn’t get a chance to play them the first time round.

      • Joshua Simpkins

        Fair enough and valid point. I guess I shouldn’t complain too much. The fact that the PS4 has become the “RemasterStation 4” has actually allowed me to sell my aged PS3 backwards compatible model with 119 games on eBay for a ton of cash. I don’t feel I’m missing out on the PS3 game library anymore, because most of the games are still available on PS4 as a remaster or PS Now service.

        • ChazzH69

          Nice. I sold most of my PS3 games ages ago. Kept some of the rare/hard to find games.