BioShock: The Collection Remastered – Gamescom Comparison Trailer

Available September

Publisher 2K  has released a trailer comparing the original Bioshock franchise against the newly remastered Bioshock: The Collection.

The newly released trailer highlights the revamped cut-scenes and overall improved graphical fidelity of the gameplay, and while the differences aren’t mind blowing, the images are sharper and the textures more rich so you’ll be able to experience Rapture in a more immersive way than ever before.

Revisit the depths of Rapture, sail through Columbia, and experience a never-before-seen video series with commentary from Ken Levine. The Collection includes all three BioShock games complete with all single-player DLC, so you’ll be able to experience the whole saga in one beautiful package.

Bioshock: The Collection releases September 13th but is available for pre-order right now.

 

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