BioShock: The Collection Might be Heading to Nintendo Switch
It's been almost four years since 2K's BioShock: The Collection launched on all modern platforms — except Nintendo's Wii U, of course. Now, though, a new rating from the Taiwanese ratings board suggests it might be heading to a Nintendo platform after all: the Nintendo Switch.
The ratings board provides a ratings description for BioShock: The Collection on Nintendo Switch, as well as separate ratings for each game included in the collection. International ratings are much more reliable than retail listings when it comes to predicting new releases and launches, as we discussed just recently with the Tales of Arise rating in South Korea.
Whether this means a Nintendo Direct announcing BioShock: The Collection is imminent or not is another matter, but we're guessing per usual, one will be announced in the next month or so.
BioShock: The Collection includes all three BioShock games plus all single-player DLC. For those who like lists, that means it includes:
- BioShock 2
- BioShock Infinite
- The Columbia's Finest pack, among others
And it's all remastered from the original PlayStation 3 release. Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more BioShock and Switch news as it develops.