BioShock Collection releasing for PS4 this winter, according to retailer

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. 

Presumably, the bundle will include all three games—BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite—plus all related downloadable content. 

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.