‘BioShock Remaster' Latest News, Release Date & Update: Amazes with its New Graphical Concept
The latest news on the "BioShock Remaster" has been all about how amazing its graphical concept has evolved since it launched in 2007. In its latest trailer release by 2K, we can't help but praise the massive improvement of its graphics. In the latest news provided by 2K, they also revealed that one of the reasons for the immense change is their adaptation of everything in the "BioShock: The Collection" to 1080p of up to 60FPS.
Meanwhile, Gamespot revealed that, PC players could acquire The Collection for free or if players who previously owned copies of "BioShock 2," "BioShock and Minerva's Den," "BioShock 2" DLC on Steam are likely to acquire the free upgrade on the Remaster.
Previously, it was mentioned that the "BioShock" collection will soon be available on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature, but with no definite announcement from Microsoft, we can only count on the fact that the "BioShock Remaster" is being ported for the PS4, Xbox One and the PC. It is also noteworthy to remember that "BioShock Infinite Remaster" will only be available on the PC platform.
The "BioShock Collection" does not only contain games and DLCs, but also recorded interview with director Ken Levine and lead artist Shawn Robertson.
Blind Squirrel Games is responsible in the development of the "BioShock Remaster" in partnership with Games for the development of "BioShock Infinite." The director's commentary in the "BioShock: The Collection" is entitled "Imagining BioShock." If you haven't been updated with the latest news on the "BioShock: The Collection," it will launch on the 13th of September covering all the different platforms.
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