The "BioShock: The Collection" now includes three new gameplay videos that were released last weekend; a week before the gaming world starts to descend upon Seattle for PAX West. It gave fans more than half an hour of new footage from the remastered trilogy. It has been said that the "BioShock" series has never looked this good.
The footage showing the "BioShock: The Collection" was published by 2K through the publisher's YouTube channel with each of the three videos lasting 7 to 13 minutes. However, it should be noted that "BioShock 2" got the least amount of screen time with only 7 minutes and 44 seconds running time that is almost half that of the "BioShock Infinite" clips.
A downer is that all three videos focus only on the introductory portions of their respective games so there is almost nothing new to see even if the gamer was unable to finish one or any of the "BioShock" games but the remasters appear to be good.
It remains unclear which platform the new footage was captured on but it could either be the PS4 or Xbox One. The "BioShock: The Collection" is set to be released on PC as well with the remastered versions of each game released as free updates only to owners of the corresponding entry in the "BioShock" franchise but no major changes are to be expected for the PC version of "BioShock Infinite."
The "BioShock: The Collection" is currently being developed for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The "BioShock" compilation will hit the stores on Sept. 13. The Youtube video can be seen online with all the three remastered the "BioShock: The Collection" gameplay videos showing an interesting glimpse of the game that will return to stores next month. Watch the "BioShock: The Collection" gameplay here.