BioShock: Collection – coming to Xbox One and PS4?

Could the BioShock trilogy be making it’s way on to Xbox One and PlayStation 4? You bet it could. The Brazil Advisory Board has officially rated “BioShock: The Collection” for both current gen and previous gen consoles, which further supports the rumours that we could be playing a HD remaster of some of the greatest games of all time on our current generation consoles, with a nice neat trilogy pack on previous generation. This collection was rated on the 19th of February this year, and following from a Brazilian website listing the BioShock HD collection on their website last November before being swiftly removed, further supports the idea that this is actually something to be looking forward to.

The BioShock series is one of my favourite gaming experiences of all time, including BioShock 2, and I would love to play through these beautiful pieces of art once again on my shiny Xbox One. I already own all 3 on the previous generation as well as PC, but these games deserve your attention, even if you have already played them and loved them. These are of course just rumours as it stands, as 2K is yet to officially announce anything directly, but I firmly believe that this is legitimate and only a matter of time before we have an official confirmation and an official release date which will be sooner rather than later.

You can see the rating for yourself here, and the original source of this can be found here.

I did make a video on this matter at the tail end of last year, which covers the original leak on the Brazilian gaming website, which you can check out below.

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