Most PC users at this point will probably own at least one BioShock title, I mean, they are only some of the best games of the last decade. 2K have announced that if you own any of the BioShock games prior to BioShock: The Collection releasing, your games will be upgraded automatically. This includes the commentary tracks, any graphical upgrades and all the DLC released for those games.
You may have– 2K are releasing BioShock: The Collection, which includes upgraded versions of BioShock 1 & 2 as well as the current version of BioShock Infinite. This collection will cost $59.99 (which usually converts to about £40 in the UK).
The Steam Summer Sale is giving anyone who missed out on the BioShock games the opportunity to buy the games before the collection comes out. You can pick up BioShock 1 & 2 for £2.79 and BioShock Infinite for £4.99, significantly cheaper than the £40 that the game will release for in September.
As many of you will have probably guessed by now, the BioShock Collection is primarily for console players who may have missed out on the series. If you were to play through the BioShock games on PC right now, the games won’t be much different when they release in the collection. The only real difference is that players on console will get to play the games at 1080p 60FPS, something PC players have been doing since BioShock 1 released back in 2007.
BioShock: The Collection launches on September 13th for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.