BioShock: The Collection and BioShock Infinite: The Complete Collection may release for the Nintendo Switch later this year. The bundles of games were added to an open database of a rating organization.
BioShock: The Collection contains remastered versions of both the first and second games. Fans of the series, however, question some remaster decisions in these versions.
BioShock Infinite: The Complete Collection contains both expansion DLC packs Clash in the Clouds, which adds an arena-based combat mode, and Burial at Sea, which is a two-episode story expansion.
The Nintendo Switch rating for these three games appeared on the open database of Taiwanese rating organization Digital Game Rating Committee. Last year, the organization also leaked the existence of Spyro: Reignited Trilogy for the PC a week before it was announced.
The Nintendo Switch versions of these games are expected to be reworked to work with the JoyCon controllers. Whether motion aiming will be available is still unknown. Take-Two Interactive has yet to officially announce a release.
The first BioShock game released on August 21, 2007, for PC and Xbox 360. It later released for the PlayStation 3 on October 21, 2008.
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