Tuesday, January 14, 2020

BioShock: The Collection for Nintendo Switch Leaked

A recent leak on Taiwanese rating board suggests BioShock: The Collection for Nintendo Switch is coming soon.

Right after recent confirmation from publisher 2K Games of a new BioShock game being in works under developer Cloud Chamber, series fans are excited about this acclaimed first-person shooter franchise once again in years.

Lately, a leak from Taiwanese Ratings Board shows BioShock: The Collection for Nintendo Switch is rated in Taiwan. There are individual listings for Switch release of BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite but all without any launch dates.

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BioShock: The Collection for Nintendo Switch Leaked

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This definitive collection was originally released back in 2016 for Mac, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms as a bundle of remastered versions of BioShock trilogy including all bonus contents and related single-player DLC packs.

There was rumor for past few years that 2K is secretly working on next installment of the series, which has been revealed to be true earlier. Maybe a reintroduction to older titles is their strategy of renewing players' interest in BioShock saga.

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Among many notable key-features of these titles, multiplayer mode of BioShock 2 would not likely to be included though. Currently, titular remastered collection for Switch has been listed on shooter genre with no other major details.

Taiwanese ratings board generally serves as an equivalent of ESBR in video game market region for Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. Often times, leaks discovered on their website eventually turns into an official announcement.

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Nintendo usually showcase all of their upcoming third-party Switch titles ahead of release at Nintendo Direct video presentation. It is also possible for all three games to make their debut on Switch console as individual release.

From BioShock of 2007 to 2013's Infinite, all three games of the series were developed by Irrational Games. 2K Games didn't clarify whether their latest title in development is a mainline entry or a reboot but it surely is a significant one.