Few will argue that BioShock was one of the most original and fun to play videogames to hit the PC or Xbox in a long time. PS3 owners were denied the fun other gamers got from BioShock at launch. 2K announced that BioShock will be coming to the PS3.
The PS3 version of the game will add new content according to 2K. The hallmark qualities of BioShock will carry over as PS3 players get their first bit of Rapture. The underwater art deco world filled with mutated citizens and hazards around every corner will be a welcome addition to the PS3.
"Since BioShock for Xbox 360 and Games for Windows won countless 2007 Game of the Yearawards, we are excited to see the impact of this stellar title for the PLAYSTATION 3 system when it debuts this fall," said Christoph Hartmann, president of 2K. "Over the coming months we look forward to revealing the new features and content that will make this a must-have game for its new audience, as well as for those who enjoyed it on the other platforms."
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