Bioshock: The Collection Requires Additional 31 GB Download on Nintendo Switch

Bioshock: The Collection Nintendo Switch

Many franchises of 2K Games are coming to Nintendo Switch later this week. For your information, the company has announced that BioShock: The Collection, Borderlands Legendary Collection, and Xcom 2 Collection will be coming to the hybrid console of the Big N on May 29.

After all these games were revealed recently, it was confirmed that physical copies of those titles will also include an additional download. It is until now that we finally have this information, which will certainly interest you if you plan to purchase a physical copy of BioShock: The Collection and are concerned about the free space on your console.

As you may recall, BioShock: The Collection was confirmed to arrive on 16GB game cards. Therefore, the size is not enough to store BioShock Remastered, BioShock 2 Remastered, BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition and its DLC on the card. There were some players who already calculated that the game would call for a large additional download and they were not wrong. 2K Games finally revealed that physical copies of BioShock: The Collection for Switch will require an extra download of at least 31GB.

So, according to details, the game card will only include the first acts of the 3 titles in the saga. The additional download will be necessary to obtain the rest of the games and their additional content. So, it will be a good time for you to prepare your console or acquire an SD memory with more storage. It is not unnecessary to remind you that Borderlands Legendary Collection will ask for an extra download of 6.6 GB.

It is also worth mentioning that the same will also happen with Xcom 2 Collection, because the game card will only include the first missions. The rest of the game will require a download that will be no more than 24GB, according to 2K Games.

Recall that BioShock: The Collection, Borderlands Legendary Collection, and Xcom 2 Collection will release on May 29 on Nintendo Switch.

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