The BioShock series of first-person shooters are set to get a current-gen remaster, dubbed BioShock: The Collection, if recent rumours are to be believed.A recent teaser on Twitter seems to suggest BioShock: The Collection is real and that publisher, 2K, plans to officially unveil the game soon.
The beta will begin on PS4 on Friday, April 8, before opening up to Xbox One and PC players on Wednesday, April 13.It'll end on all platforms on April 18.
In a statement provided to VideoGamer.com this morning, 2K explained: "Battleborn requires an internet connection to play, whether you're playing singleplayer, co-operatively with friends, or competitively against others.
Every year when a WWE video game come out, new wrestlers are added and this also means new move sets.Sometimes the motion capture can be a bit off for some moves so 2K is aiming to improve on this area for WWE 2K17 and future games going forward.
We had heard rumors earlier this year that 2K Games was planning on releasing a remastered collection of the first 3 BioShock games, and now it looks like that is true.The BioShock Twitter account recently posted an image from the first game that is accompanied with the caption that reads “Welcome to Rapture!