The BioShock Collection is hitting PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this year, according to a listing on South African retailer, Raru.
The retailer has the collection available now for pre-order ahead of its release on November 27, published by 2K Games.
Nothing official has been announced regarding a BioShock Collection as of yet, although it doesn’t seem all that unlikely considering the popularity of PS4 remasters doing the rounds as of late.
The future of the series remains a little ambiguous at present, after developer Irrational Games shut its doors following the release of Infinite.
BioShock was released in 2007 for the PC and Xbox 360, with a PS3 version arriving a year later with some exclusive content. A sequel, originally subtitled ‘Sea of Dreams,’ followed in 2010 with BioShock Infinite turning up in 2013.
The latter was supported by a pair of story-based expansions, the two-part ‘Burial at Sea’ which saw a return to the underwater city of Rapture seen in the original game.
A PlayStation Vita entry in the franchise was in development at some point, with creator Ken Levine announcing the game at E3 2011. The game wasn’t a port of an existing BioShock, and was later revealed to be a turn-based RPG.
Sadly, the project is unlikely to ever see a release despite Levine attempting to get behind the title in the years following its unveiling. To date, the BioShock series has sold over 25 million units worldwide.