More signs of a BioShock collection emerge for PC, Xbox One and 360

A listing has emerged on the official site of the Brazil Advisory Rating Board indicating that a collection of all three BioShock games is in the works. The board listing states the grouping, named BioShock: The Collection, is scheduled for a release sometime this year on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.

Presumably such a collection would include BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite and all the post-launch DLC expansions. This would be the first time a BioShock title has been released for the current generation of consoles, making this an ideal opportunity to give the games a graphical upgrade.

Last year Microsoft announced that all three of the BioShock games would be arriving on Xbox One via backward compatibility and are currently in the works for a release in the coming months. If the collection documented by the Brazil Advisory Rating Board does materialize, sales could be affected by the versions available via Xbox One backward compatibility and Sony's PlayStation Now service.

This isn't the first time we've heard of such an assemblage, after South African retailer 'Raru' posted a premature store listing last September. The listing claimed a BioShock title was to be released during November of 2015, but never came to fruition. If such a collection does exist, we can expect to hear more from 2K in the coming months.

Source: Brazil Advisory Rating Board via Gematsu

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