'BioShock' The Collection Updates: Remastered Collection Confirmed For Release For Xbox One, PS4, And PC [VIDEO]

By Erika Miranda , Updated Jul 01, 2016 10:57 AM EDT
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Fans are rejoicing after 2K confirmed rumors about a remastered anthology of all three "Bioshock" games in the most talked about "BioShock: The Collection."

2K officially unveiled its plans to release a complete collection of their first-person shooter video game "BioShock" via a minute-and-a-half announcement trailer posted on their official website. The video has since been available for fans over YouTube. See for yourself.

According to 2K, The Collection would be able to explore the underwater city of Rapture once again through a remastery of the "BioShock," BioShock 2," and "BioShock Infinite." All three games have been repeatedly requested by fans of the franchise, the game developer added.

"Countless fans have asked for this since the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One arrived - and we listened! Working with Blind Squirrel Games, we've remastered BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC making them look better than ever," the game developer declared.

"BioShock: The Collection" includes a single-player DLC as well as a video series featuring some insights on the game from the game's creative director Ken Levine and animation director Shawn Robertson in the "Director's Commentary: Imagining BioShock." All these will be available with a price tag of $59.99.

In the game, players using PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PCs are set to experience an immersive stroll down the Rapture-inspired virtual museum called the "Museum of Orphaned Concepts." Therein lies a creative way of presenting the how the game came to be as well as all ideas presented by the team, especially the discarded ones.

Unfortunately, "BioShock: The Collection" will not include the multiplayer mode available in "BioShock 2." However, 2K promised that the game will make up for this with a whole lot more offerings than before. The three-in-one gaming experience is set to begin September 13 in the United States.

However, gamers in Australia and other countries around the globe will be able to join the fun a little later on September 15 and September 16, respectively.

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