‘Bioshock: The Collection’ Latest News & Update: Remaster Collection Confirmed To Release This September

By Bernie Yanson , Updated Jun 30, 2016 07:46 PM EDT

"Bioshock: The Collection" was confirmed after 2K Games uploaded screenshots from the long-rumored set of remasters. Leaks the past nine months have suggested its existence; however, the release date was announced finally to be on Sept. 16.

'Bioshock: The Collection' Confirmed

According to Polygon, 2K Games posted screenshots from "Bioshock: The Collection" and a user on NeoGAF spotted them first. The series of images are hosted on the official website.

More so, 2K added a page showing the set's name, however, they were later pulled down.

The pictures confirm the long-rumored 2K "Bioshock" remasters. The company never officially confirmed the game. Updates have been made through retailer leaks and other details.

In September last year, a retailer revealed that "Bioshock: The Collection" is headed to PS4 and Xbox One. Not long after, the box art for the collection appeared.

The Collection Set

Metro UK said that "Bioshock: The Collection" will include "Bioshock," Bioshock 2" and "Bioshock Infinite." More so, the collection will include all the single-player DLC for each and new video series by Ken Levine, the franchise creator.

The new video series is called "Director's Commentary: Imagining Bioshock." This video series will not include multi-player elements from Bioshock 2, the report said.

The remaster is supervised by a developer called Blind Squirrel, which may be new to most gamers. "Bioshock: The Collection" will be released on Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC.

No further details were revealed about the remasters. Reports said that "Bioshock: The Collection" will be refined so graphic can look better than before. Meanwhile, critics are quite skeptical with its massive production cost.

Although "Bioshock: The Collection" is quite anticipated by many, there may not be enough sales to cover the production cost. All remain as speculations until its released on Sept. 16. 

Check out the "BioShock: The Collection" official trailer below.

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