The remastered Bioshock games might be getting released individually

By Shabana Arif, Monday, 12 November 2018 20:12 GMT

It looks like all three remastered Bioshock titles will be getting separate releases some time soon.

Bioshock Remastered, Bioshock 2 Remastered, and Bioshock Infinite The Complete Edition have received individual PEGI ratings suggesting that they’ll each be getting their own release in the not too distant future.

Currently, the remastered games are only available to pick up as part of a bundle in Bioshock: The Collection which released back in 2016. It contains all three games with their DLC as well as director’s commentary.

It comes in at around at $60, so for those of you who don’t necessarily want the whole series and have been hesitant to fork out for the collection, your options are about to get a whole lot better.

Would you kindly take a look at the original launch Bioshock: The Collection launch trailer to remind yourself of just how pretty Rapture is:

The ratings were spotted by Gematsu and the platforms listed include the PS3, as well as PS4 and Xbox One.

Meanwhile, the next Bioshock game is currently in development at a “top-secret” studio, codename Parkside.

We don’t know anything else about the game or how far along it is in its development, but fans of the franchise can at least cherry pick their favourite of the bunch to while away the time with the impending release of the remastered titles.

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