BioShock Collection Seemingly Leaked For Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch is regularly receiving boatloads of new titles pretty much on the daily, the system quickly acquiring quite an epic library of games–with both new and old school titles each getting their respective due. As more large-scale efforts such as The Witcher 3 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim continue to show the hybrid console’s versatility, possibilities have opened for practically any game to make their debut. A recent leak appears to have revealed another big port set up for release on the system, possibly introducing the entire BioShock collection for the Switch.
The leak comes by way of a recently-discovered listing on the Taiwan Entertainment Software Rating website (H/T Prima Games), where an “unlisted” entry can be seen for series compilation BioShock: The Collection on the Nintendo Switch. Alongside this appearance, a simple search of the site’s database will also reveal Switch ratings for each standalone game in the series: BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite.
While a Taiwanese classification website may be a far cry from actual confirmation, it’s worth noting that the site has spawned credible leaks in the past, notably with last year’s premature cover art reveal for Gears 5. While fans should clutch an obligatory grain of salt until either 2K Games or Nintendo confirm anything, the addition of the BioShock collection for Nintendo Switch would make a fair amount of sense considering the series’ sustained popularity and a planned fourth entry currently in the works.
Bioshock: The Collection is out now for Mac, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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