One week ago we got a short trailer that showed us how Rapture will look like in Bioshock: The Collection. Today we've gotten our hands on a trailer that compares the old versions of all three games with the new ones.
The new versions will run at 60 frames per second in 1080p (the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions was 30fps by default). As if that wasn't enough the collection will also include all the expansions (even the "Museum of Orphaned Concepts" from BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition, and the previously PS3 exclusive "Challenge Rooms"). 2K has also clarified that the Imagining BioShock commentary feature won't let you listen to commentary while playing the game. Instead it's simply eight- to ten-minute videos of Geoff Keighley interviewing Ken Levine (creative director on BioShock and BioShock Infinite) and Shawn Robertson (animation lead on BioShock and animation director on BioShock Infinite), mixed with footage and concept art from the series. This feature can be unlocked by finding hidden golden film reels in the games.
Would Bioshock: The Collection kindly launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 13th?
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