BORDERLANDS, BIOSHOCK, And More Headed To The Nintendo Switch In May, 2K Games Announces With New Trailer

BORDERLANDS, BIOSHOCK, And More Headed To The Nintendo Switch In May, 2K Games Announces With New Trailer

2K Games has made Nintendo Switch owners quite happy today, as they have announced that a bunch of series like BioShock and Borderlands will be making their way into Nintendo's handheld hybrid console in May.

2K Games has surprised fans by announcing that quite a handful of their games are making their way into the Nintendo Switch; from series like Borderlands and BioShock to XCOM, players will have a lot of games to choose from in the coming months. 

To be more specific, 2K Games has revealed that Borderlands, Borderlands 2, and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will release for the Nintendo Switch as part of the Borderlands Legendary Collection, which is expected to launch on the 29th of May.

2K Games is also bringing the XCOM 2 Collection to the Switch; a very convenient collection that is also expected to launch on the 29th of May and will include XCOM 2, the War of the Chosen expansion, and 4 DLC packs.

What's perhaps the series that most Nintendo Switch players have been asking for is BioShock, and fans will be happy to know that the critically acclaimed BioShock series is also releasing on the Nintendo Switch on the 29th of May; including remastered versions of BioShock and BioShock 2, as well as BioSchok Infinite: The Complete Edition.

For those who don't want to purchase all of the BioShock games individually, 2K Games has also revealed BioShock: The Collection, which is a covenient package that brings with it all three games for players to enjoy at their leisure. Again, all of these games becoming available on the 29th of May.

2K Games also released an announcement trailer showing off all of the games that will be released in May on the Nintendo Switch, so be sure to check it out down below!

Check it out:

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