It's been ten years since players first dipped their toes into Rapture and the world of BioShock. To celebrate, 2K Games is releasing a special 10th Anniversary Collector's Edition BioShock bundle for fans (via Neowin).
The big draw of the Collector's Edition bundle is an included 11.9-inch statue, which features a Big Daddy and Little Sister that mimic BioShock's box art. The statue includes a motorized drill, along with light-up components and audio clips from the game.
Along with the statue, the bundle also packs in a copy of BioShock: The Collection, which includes remastered versions of all three BioShock games for either Xbox One or PlayStation 4.
If the Collector's Edition has piqued your interest, however, you'll need to prepare to pay a pretty penny. The bundle costs $199.99 and will launch on November 14 in the U.S. only. You can preorder it now exclusively at Gamestop (opens in new tab) or the 2K Store. And if you just want to get your hands on the game itself, 2K is running a sale on BioShock: The Collection, discounting it to $30.
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Is it just me, or are big drilling daddies and addicted little girls a bit... off?
I wonder if the original version is still on Steam? That game should be able to play on almost any PC. Except iPad 😆. They pulled that version.
This statue should be torn down!
$200 is too high, especially if it means you have to go through GameStop and not get the 20% off of Amazon Prime or Best Buy's GCU. Statues just don't get me excited in the first place, and the sky-high prices just kill my interest.
4k HDR remake for Xbox One X, please!
Remake? How about just a free update to the newer versions.
Is there a 4k version planned? I'd even pay for it.
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