2K have brought multiple titles from their extensive video game catalogue to Nintendo Switch today. BioShock: The Collection, XCOM 2 Collection and Borderlands Legendary Collection are available for purchase, albeit with a hefty price tag. Each collection includes a combination of the base games and their subsequent downloadable expansions.
BioShock: The Collection and the XCOM 2 Collection were ported by Singaporean based game development studio, Virtuous Games. Virtuous creates both parts of games as well as full game “co-development”, which includes porting and adaptations.
The XCOM 2 Collection is coming to the Switch! Our latest contribution to the XCOM universe will arrive on 29th May. Let’s get ready to kick some alien butt. pic.twitter.com/d6mwIdjAOp
— Virtuos (@virtuosgames) April 18, 2020
Each respective collection retails for R849 via the Nintendo eShop in South Africa.
Physical versions of the games will also be available for purchase. The physical BioShock: The Collection game contains a 16GB cartridge including the opening acts of BioShock Remastered, BioShock 2 Remastered, and BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition. For later game content an additional 30GB download is required.
The physical Borderlands Legendary Collection game contains an 8GB cartridge that features Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition, with a 7.7GB download required for all DLC/Add-on content. For Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel an additional 35GB download is required.
Strangely, the XCOM 2 Collection requires a full 24.9GB download.
If you missed out on these games the first time around, and would prefer to play them on the go via Nintendo Switch, you may want to consider picking them up.