New Bioshock Entry in Development at 2K Studio

New Bioshock Entry in Development at 2K Studio

New Bioshock Entry in Development at 2K Studio

The last time we visited the world of Bioshock was in 2013's BioShock: Infinite, Irrational Games' swan song and last big project from creator Ken Levine. The news was uncovered by Kotaku's Jason Schreier while working on a story about Mafia III developer Hangar 13. It's mostly about how developer, Hangar 13 were unsatisfied with how the game was received and how they felt they lost their way during development. "It was all very tight-lipped".

The new rumblings on the franchise stem from a a Kotaku report on Mafia III, entitled "How The Makers Of Mafia III Lost Their Way". Due to the uncertainty, many Hangar 13 employees have left, been laid off, or moved over to the new BioShock studio, which happens to be located right next door to Hangar 13.

Officially nothing has been confirmed as of yet for a new BioShock title to be in development but for those that want to read the full post breakdown from Schreier and see what else is pieced together, check out his post here.

The revelations also confirm that 2K is playing it safe with the next installment in the BioShock series.

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However, the issue is that Parkside is not ready to bring a lot of Hangar 13 people over to work on the upcoming BioShock.

Since then, the studio has "floundered" as it tries to figure out what its next project should be, with ideas like a fourth Mafia set in Las Vegas during the 70s, a spy game set in Berlin in the 80s, and a music-fueled action game ultimately being abandoned. While many are leaning towards it being Borderlands 3, it could be the new BioShock, because the franchise is really important to the company.

So now we know that Bioshock is returning, but will it be at E3 this year?

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