Bioshock: The Collection Comparison Trailer Shows Huge Graphical Improvements

2K Games have released the iconic opening sequence from the original BioShock, fully remastered for modern consoles in the BioShock: The Collection Remastered Comparison Trailer.

This new trailer highlights the graphical improvements between the original console releases of BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock: Infinite, and the upcoming BioShock series debut on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. 2K is bringing all three entries in the much loved BioShock series to PS4 and Xbox One for the first time, with 1080p graphics and up to 60FPS, and the Remastered Comparison Trailer also showcases examples of new and improved textures and art assets created by Blind Squirrel Games. BioShock: The Collection will be released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on 16th September, 2016.

Check out the Bioshock: The Collection Remastered Comparison Trailer below.

Also, today is the release of the teaser trailer for Episode One of “Imagining BioShock“, the Director Commentary series which can be unlocked by finding Golden Reels hidden throughout Rapture in the remastered version of the first BioShock. By collecting these Golden Reels, fans can watch nearly two hours of director’s commentary, featuring Ken Levine, creative director of BioShock and BioShock: Infinite and Shawn Robertson, animation lead of BioShock and animation director of BioShock: Infinite. 2K will release two exclusive teaser videos every week between now and the launch of BioShock: The Collection, on the official 2K YouTube channel.

Watch Episode One of “Imagining Bioshock” below.

We can return to Rapture and Columbia on 16th September, 2016.

Source: 2K Games

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