BioShock: The Collection Officially Rated in Brazil
Feb 21 2016
So far, three games have been released in BioShock franchise: BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite.
Though nothing has been officially announced, it looks like the BioShock games are making their way to current-gen systems soon, bundled together as BioShock: The Collection.
What's particularly specific about this rating is that it has been classified for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, though this could be the case purely so 2K can cover its bases. This listing might point towards a potential remaster of BioShock trilogy for the first time on PS4 and Xbox One.
Those utter rebels over at the Brazilian Advisory Rating Board are at it again. Or rather, a collection of games that have been on PC for ages now, so it's not nearly as dramatic as that Quantum Break PC leak the other day.
Should BioShock: The Collection come to fruition, it would mark the initial moment of all the entries in the series being playable for every available platform. Not to mention, all of the titles are presently being teased as a development project by Microsoft to get pushed onto the tech firm's console thanks to the Xbox One's backward compatible program.
It goes without saying that 2K Games hasn't confirmed anything as yet if it had we'd be talking in absolutes and not vague terms, but if this is going to happen it may not be long till it comes out with an official confirmation.
Tell us in the comment section below: What do you guys expect to see in BioShock: The Collection?