Epic Games is generous again: The BioShock collection is free



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Epic Games is generous again: The BioShock collection is free

Epic likes to entertain players with a free video game every week, and often with several games. This time, they gave 3 excellent games for free.

BioShock Remastered

The original game was released in 2007 by 2K Games, and developed by 2K Boston and 2K Australia, with a remastered version that saw the light of day in 2016 right inside the BioShock: The Collection compilation.

This video game is set in a retro-futuristic underground city in the art nouveau style of 1960. After surviving the plane crash, the main protagonist finds salvation from the hopeless ocean in the lighthouse where the bathyscaphe is located, which takes him to the underwater world, the main place where this game takes place.

He soon becomes aware that the bathyscaphe led him not to salvation, but to a failed utopia led by a questionable creator. The whole story revolves around the ADAM gene mutagen, and you as a player will try to unravel the secret of a city called Rapture.

What set this game apart from the competition was certainly the atmosphere, diverse gameplay that combines firearms combat and the power you gain using ADAM, as well as very intelligent opponents, especially the legendary Big Daddy.

If you missed the first BioShock, you need to correct that error now.

BioShock 2 Remastered


The sequel to the high-quality and popular video game BioShock appeared on the market three years later and brought a completely different perspective.

Instead of Jack, the protagonist of the previous game, you are now in the role of one Big Daddy whose function is to save the Little Sisters, ie. Little Sisters, in charge of guarding ADAM. Although it may be a shade weaker than the legendary first part, this is all not a bad video game, especially considering that it brings a completely new perspective and gameplay elements, so it stays completely fresh.

Again, don't miss it out.

BioShock Infinite


And finally, a favorite of many from the entire trilogy, BioShock Infinite, published in 2013, and developed by Irrational Games, brought a completely different environment.

It is now the year 1912, and you are in the role of Booker DeVito who goes to the floating city of Colombia to save a girl named Elizabeth. After that, another ball of rotting utopia inside the sky begins to unravel. In conclusion, three great games, and also free.

There's no reason to think, just race to the Epic Games Store to download them or click here.