BioShock is a series that came out last generation and made a massive splash in multiple ways. After three very successful entries, though, the series went into hibernation with no new entry so far in this generation of consoles. Apparently, a fourth game has been in the works for quite a good while, though who knows when we’ll actually see it. But in the meantime, it seems we may be able to take the previous three games on the go soon.
A list for a Switch version of the BioShock Collection popped up via the Taiwanese rating board, which you can see through here. Presumably, this is the same remastered collection that brought BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite (along with all their respective DLC) to the PS4 and Xbox One. While leaks of this nature are considered speculation, the Taiwanese board has leaked several legitimate releases in the past.
The BioShock Collection is available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with all individual games also available on PC. When the Switch version is officially announced, it’ll mark the first time the series has found its way to a Nintendo console.