Last week’s Direct revealed that a bunch of 2K titles are on the way to the Nintendo Switch. Not the least of those is BioShock: The Collection.
There’s always a lighthouse
A true modern classic of a series, BioShock is pretty much as highly regarded as FPS’ get. Even if you’re not all-in on BioShock 2, it’s tough to find fault with the original. For that matter, the semi-sequel that was BioShock Infinite was pretty great as well.
No game in the series has so far appeared on the Nintendo Switch however, though we now know that’s changing. And it’s changing in short order, as all three games will be arriving in May.
Like with all other versions of BioShock: The Collection, the Switch edition will include:
- BioShock Remastered: Explore the undersea city of Rapture, a haven for society’s greatest minds that has devolved into a dystopian nightmare wrought by one man’s hubris.
- BioShock 2 Remastered: See Rapture through the eyes of Subject Delta, a fearsome Big Daddy prototype on a life-or-death mission to rescue his missing Little Sister.
- BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition: Indebted to the wrong people, private investigator Booker DeWitt must take on an impossible task: travel to a flying city above the clouds, and rescue a woman named Elizabeth.
In addition to the set, all three games will be available separately. So if you really don’t dig one (or two) of them, you don’t have to buy ’em.
BioShock: The Collection (and the separate titles) will all arrive on Nintendo Switch on May the 29th.