Bioshock: The Collection's official artwork

After numerous leaks and rumors the Bioshock Collection has finally been announced, and it brings with it remastered versions of all three games and every single one of their DLCs. Its going to be available for both consoles and PCs, though the PC version will not come with a remastered version of Bioshock Infinite given that it already meets the current standards and runs smoothly on most machines.

The best part about this announcement, however, is that everyone who owns Bioshock 1, Bioshock 2, and Minerva's Den DLC on Steam will be able to upgrade to the remastered versions for free! Here's the recently posted trailer to give you a nostalgic look through Bioshock's history:


Besides graphical improvements, the Bioshock Collection will also feature a Director's Commentary video series with input  from Kevin Levine, a bunch of Challenge Rooms to test your combat skills, as well as a virtual museum of concepts and elements cut from the original Bioshock.

Bioshock: The Collection will be available for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on September 13 for North America, September 15 for Australia, and internationally on September 16. As for the price, its set at $60/€60 across all platforms.

If you would like to grab the Remastered Editions of Bioshock 1 and 2 on the cheap, you can purchase them both at a 75% discount during the currently ongoing Steam Summer Sale. Each one is only €4/$4, so if you've never played any of the Bioshock games, I would recommend you correct that mistake.

Bioshock 1 from the Collection