It has been three years since the release of “Bioshock Infinite” which scored much critical acclaim, but when series creator Irrational Studios shut their doors – it looked like it was all over.
The game’s publisher Take-Two Interactive however has previously stated that more “Bioshock” games would be on the way and this week CEO Strauss Zelnick re-affirmed that statement whilst talking at a MKM Partners Investor Conference in New York City says Gamespot.
Zelnick says “Bioshock 2” developer 2K Martin is developing more for the series and adds that “Bioshock” as a whole is “unquestionably a permanent franchise for our company and one that we do believe in.”
The game’s creator Ken Levine meanwhile is leading a small team of developers within Take-Two on a new mysterious game which Zelnick can’t talk much about at this point:
“I’m not going to steal Ken’s thunder, but we’re thrilled to be in business with Ken. What I can say is you would expect that Ken would work on something highly creative and innovative. I think that would be a reasonable expectation for whatever he does next.”
A recent leak suggests a “Bioshock Collection” sporting remasters of the previous games is currently on the way for next-gen consoles.