For as long as the Nintendo Switch has been out, there isn’t a very solid library of classic or well-regarded FPS games on the hybrid Nintendo console. Bethesda has been giving the device hefty support with releases of the Doom and Wolfenstein series, on top of Blizzard recently porting team-shooter Overwatch to the Switch. Another major FPS franchise might soon be coming to the platform, though, as the Taiwan Games Rating Board recently gave a package rating for a Nintendo Switch version of Bioshock: The Collection.
The posting went up on the Digital Game Rating Committee of Taiwan’s website just recently, listing Nintendo Switch as a platform for Bioshock: The Collection. This anthology, which previously released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, contains Bioshock Remastered, BioShock 2 Remastered, and BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition, as well as all single-player add-on content for the games, the “Columbia’s Finest” DLC pack, and exclusive director commentary by developers Ken Levine and Shawn Robertson.
Right now, there is no official word from publisher Take-Two Interactive about the possibility of Bioshock: The Collection coming to the Nintendo Switch. Still, in the past these early rating listings have been solid indicators of upcoming game releases. We’re sure to hear more about this port soon, especially if a new Nintendo Direct is around the corner.