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BioShock Remastered PS4 Trophies Popped Up on PSNProfiles

BioShock Remastered and BioShock 2 Remastered trophies just lately popped up on PSNProfiles.com. The trophies solely cowl these linked to the franchise’s first and second entries, in addition to their respective the DLC choices. While they’re certainly the identical trophies as these hooked up to each the originals and 2016’s BioShock: The Collection, this Remastered launch appears by no means associated to these packagings, making this all particularly unusual. Might 2K Games be prepping to launch one other BioShock remaster for current-gen {hardware}? Possibly so.

Both remasters seem on PSNProfiles’ entrance web page. Check it out within the screenshot under. (Note: The listings present that none of those trophies have been earned and that nobody owns these two titles):

BioShock Remastered PS4 Trophies Popped Up on PSNProfiles

BioShock Remastered will hit Nintendo Switch subsequent week. However, there’s presently no phrase on this similar iteration rolling out on the PlayStation four or Xbox One. The listings on PSNProfiles function no additional indication as to what’s occurring, both. And with out concrete particulars from 2K any hypothesis can be simply that.

2K has been quite remaster-friendly of late. Just this week the writer dropped Mafia: Trilogy, which incorporates Definitive Editions for Mafia II and Mafia III. A full remake for the original Mafia will roll out later this summer time on August 28th to finish the trilogy’s assortment. But why BioShock would require related remedy only a handful of years after its personal remastered assortment is anybody’s guess.

BioShock: The Collection launched late in 2016, that includes all three entries of the enduring sequence and their respective DLC releases. Extra rereleases or not, there’s certainly extra BioShock on the horizon. Late final 12 months, 2K announced the opening of Cloud Chamber, a brand new studio that’s at present laborious at work on a recent BioShock journey.

[Source: PSNProfiles, (2)]

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