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Remastered BioShock: The Collection Officially Announced After Infinity Leaks

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After a series of leaks left little doubt in anyone’s mind, the remastered BioShock: The Collection has finally been officially announced! Not only are BioShockBioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite all included, but the package comes with plenty of extras all for about the price of a single game.

2K made the announcement this morning along with the above trailer, after nearly a decade since the original game hit store shelves and became a modern classic. The three games have been fully remastered for the improved power of PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and modern PC, though BioShock Infinite is already up to par on PC and will only be remastered in the console version.

BioShock 2‘s multiplayer will be absent from the package, but all single-player DLC for both BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite will be included, along with the “challenge rooms” for BioShock. To round things out, players will also get the brand new video series “Director’s Commentary: Imagining BioShock,” because what’s a special edition without commentary? The whole package comes in at $59.99 and will release on September 13 in North America.

(image via 2K Games)

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