Bioshock: The Collection has officially been given a release date of September 13th by 2K.
Following its reveal, the title will contain remastered versions of Bioshock, Bioshock 2 and Bioshock Infinite, all of which have been worked on by Blind Squirrel Games.
All DLC will also be included, although no multiplayer will be added. Infinite will also see a remaster for Xbox One, unlike the PC version which already meets current gen standards.
New additions to this collection include a director’s commentary and a Museum of Orphaned Concepts, which one would assume are different ideas that didn’t quite make the final cut into the game. This will be accessed in-game as a museum outside the main story, which will also come with puzzles, so it sounds pretty cool as an added bonus.
Give the trailer a view below and let us know if you’ll be getting this in September.