BioShock The Collection Announced
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[UPDATE] A 2K Games website for BioShock The Collection has appeared online. Along with this, artwork has been posted on the 2K servers, as discovered by All Games Delta. Further details on the compilation have not been provided as of yet.
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2K Games seems to be gearing up for a BioShock-related announcement. The official Twitter account for the game has posted an image of the iconic Big Daddy and Little Sister characters from the first game, and the 2K Games Twitter account has retweeted it.
Although no further details were provided, it has been speculated that the announcement will finally confirm the long rumoured BioShock Collection. Although this hasn't officially been announced, it has been leaked through multiple retailers and ratings boards.
In February 2016, for example, the Brazil Advisory Rating Board published a listing for "BioShock: The Collection." This followed a leak from a South African retailer in September 2015.
In April, BioShock: The Collection appeared on Entertainment Software Ratings Board's website, which listed it for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It also indicated the compilation will feature BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite.
GameSpot will be on hand to report the announcement as it happens.
In February 2014, BioShock series creator Irrational Games effectively closed down. Development on the series is now in the hands of 2K Marin. No new games in the series have been announced, but parent publisher Take-Two maintains that the franchise has not yet reached its creative or commercial peak.
The most recent entry in the BioShock series, 2013's BioShock Infinite, has shipped over 6 million copies to date.
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