A remastered collection of BioShock games has finally been announced, confirming months of rumours.
BioShock: The Collection includes remastered versions of BioShock and BioShock 2, a new-gen port of BioShock Infinite, and every piece of DLC released for the three games.
In addition to upgraded graphics, the set will introduce a director's commentary video series, as well as as a "Museum of Orphaned Concepts" exploring abandoned ideas for the original game.
The collection will also feature challenge rooms, as yet unseen in the series.
Steam users who own either of the original two BioShock games (or the Minerva's Den DLC) "will be able to upgrade to the remastered version of the respective title(s) for free after release," according to the games' Steam page.
All three games are currently available bundled for 85% off as part of the Steam Summer Sale.
BioShock: The Collection launches September 13th on new-gen consoles and PC, and is available for pre-order now at Mighty Ape.