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.
While the game has yet to be officially announced by 2K, the American ratings board states that it is "a collection of three first-person shooters in which players assume the role of characters uncovering the mysteries behind the dystopian societies of Rapture and Columbia.It was later rated in Brazil and Taiwan.
The opportunity to re-explore Bioshock's underwater metropolis, in all its crumbling dystopian glory, should be exhilarating for someone with a sincere admiration for Irrational Games' masterpiece.What happens if revisiting Bioshock after all these years hurts my lasting and life-changing impression of the game?
The Xbox 360 was the console that changed the gaming landscape forever.The prominence of online gaming, gaming achievements, online distribution, and more were features that the Xbox 360 either introduced or perfected on home consoles.
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!