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Bring Us BioShock: The Collection and Wipe Away the Debt


Jack Gardner

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There is always a man. There is always a city. There is always a lighthouse. There is always a remaster. 

 

A new launch trailer for BioShock: The Collection has popped up on the internet to convince those who haven't played the series to finally grit their teeth and take a dive into the briny depths of Rapture and the soaring heights of Columbia.

 

The remastered bundle of three games, BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite, can now be played on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC to experience one of the finest FPS series to date with its complete array of single-player DLC and an overhaul in the graphics department.

 

BioShock: The Collection also includes a commentary for the original BioShock that can be accessed via golden reels scattered throughout the underwater city of Rapture. Players who find all the reels will be able to listen to two hours of commentary from creative director Kevin Levine and animation lead Shawn Robertson. The documentary has been titled "Imagining BioShock." 

 

 

“We’re immensely proud of the BioShock series, and we’ve taken great care in bringing these beloved games to the current generation of consoles,” stated Christoph Hartmann, president of 2K, on the remastered bundle. “Whether you’ve experienced these critically acclaimed classics before or are new to the series, there’s never been a better time to play and immerse yourself in the rich worlds of Rapture and Columbia.”

 

Note that PC players who already own BioShock, BioShock 2, and/or Minerva's Den can upgrade to the remastered versions for free after their release today. If you own any of those on Steam, the remaster should appear in your library as a download next to the original. If you don't own those games on Steam, things get a bit tricky. The first BioShock released almost a decade ago at a time when there were no CD keys, so players who want their free upgrades from a physical copies will need to submit proof of purchase and their Steam account information to 2K Support. You can learn more about this process over on the handy guide 2K has put together.

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