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Bioshock 4 Speculation Continues As Logo And Pitching Presentation Leak

The upcoming instalment is rumoured to be releasing in 2022!

November 29, 2021

It’s been 8 years since the release of Bioshock Infinite and we’re all dying to know whether or not Bioshock 4 is ever actually going to be announced by 2K Games. Well, new leaks suggest that a new Bioshock title is on the way, even revealing a logo and internal pitching presentation.

The recent Bioshock 4 leaks also line up with a previous database leak from NVIDIA, which suggested that the game is set to release in 2022. Although NVIDIA released a statement that the leak included ‘speculative’ titles, many of the leaked games have started to be announced and released.

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Bioshock Infinite | Launch Trailer

Bioshock Infinite | Launch Trailer

NVIDIA GeForce Now Leak Reveals ‘Bioshock 2022

A few months ago there was a huge database leak from NVIDIA’s GeForce Now service, which detailed a long list of games that were yet to be announced or released.

NVIDIA were quick to respond to the massive leak stating that the list included “both released and/or speculative titles” a spokesperson told Wccftech.

The long list of games included the likes of God Of War (PC Port), GTA Trilogy Remastered, Destroy All Humans 2 Remake, Saints Row Reboot, and more, all of which have now either been announced or released. So, although there may definitely be some placeholder titles in the leak that aren’t real, it looks like there’s plenty of games included in the list that are currently in development.

One of the games on the long list included ‘Bioshock 2022‘, fueling speculation that we would finally be seeing Bioshock 4 after all these years. Now new leaks have revealed that Bioshock 4 may be called ‘Isolation’.

BioShock 4: Isolation Logo and Presentation Leak

A Twitter user by the name of ‘oopsleaks‘ has revealed plenty of details surrounding Bioshock: Isolation, including the logo, pitching presentation, an announcement date, and more.

Although the credibility of this Twitter user is unknown, it has been corroborated by Ralphs Valve, a new leaker in the community that has revealed plenty of details surrounding Modern Warfare (2022). Of course, we still advise you to take all of this information with a pinch of salt, as the source of the leaks is unknown.

However, according to oopsleaks, Bioshock Isolation is the current title for the game, with an announcement expected in Q1 of 2022. The new instalment will be set in a new isolated dystopian city and will use Unreal Engine 5. The leaker also states that the game will be developed by Irrational Games veterans, as well as individuals who have worked on Watch Dogs: Legion, Shadow of The Tomb Raider, Mafia III, and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

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A slide from the internal pitching presentation was also revealed by oopsleaks, revealing details on the setting of Bioshock Isolation. According to the slide, the game will feature two cities separated by a ‘flipside zone’, which acts as a border between City 1 and City 2.

The description of City 1 reads “A free and wealthy society led by a successful entrepreneur”, whilst City 2 is “an isolated underground city, separated from the upper world, led by a dictator waging a vertical war”.

As mentioned previously, we strongly advise you to take this information with a pinch of salt until an official announcement is made. But let us know in the comments, are you excited about the possibility of a new Bioshock game? Or do you think the leaks are completely fake?

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Kyle Knight

Kyle (He/Him) is a Film and TV graduate from Coventry. He's a PC enthusiast with a not so enthusiastic PC and is all about triple-A titles!

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