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2K Is Reportedly Remaking A Game, And Fans Are Filling In The Blanks

Could it be BioShock?


It looks like 2K is remaking one of its games, but we don't know any more details about what the game could possibly be. Fans are taking guesses at what they want to see, with names like BioShock, The Darkness, and Spec Ops: The Line popping up.

According to the LinkedIn page of a 2K 3D artist (found by MP1st), 2K is working on an upcoming unannounced remake. However, the mention of the remake has since been removed, as well as any mention of a canceled project by Supermassive Games, called "Erebus." Some other projects that are listed in the profile are upcoming Mafia and BioShock games.

One possible remake candidate is the first BioShock, as that could drive future interest in the upcoming BioShock game. All three games in the BioShock series did get remasters for PS4 and Xbox One as part of BioShock: The Collection. Their Xbox 360 versions are also backward compatible on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

Spec Ops: The Line is a cult-classic shooter that was delisted earlier back in January due to licensing issues, which to some fans could make it a candidate for a remake. The Darkness is a first-person shooter that was released in 2007 and got a sequel in 2012. While that series has remained dormant since, the two games are also backward compatible on Xbox as well.

We've already known about the new Mafia and BioShock games, as 2K announced them back in 2022 and 2019, respectively. However, very few updates about them, if any, have appeared since. Until Dawn developer Supermassive Games laid off employees earlier this year, so it's possible that these cuts may have impacted Erebus.

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