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Next BioShock game now in development at "top-secret" 2K Games studio

Next BioShock game now in development at

Code-named "Parkside", the new BioShock title has been under development for at least the past few months. He claims that a new BioShock is in development at a "top-secret" 2K studio located in the San Francisco Bay area.

According to Kotaku's Jason Schreier when interviewing developers at Hangar 13, the developers behind Mafia III, for a story an unnamed studio was working on a new installment in the BioShock franchise codenamed "Parkside".

"If anyone from Hangar 13 tried to strike up a conversation with them, they'd say, 'Oh, we can't really talk about it, '" a source close to the studio told Kotaku.

BioShock: Infinite was the latest title in the franchise, and the first person shooter was instantly hailed for its incredible journey into Rapture with stunningly detailed characters and immersive twists.

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BioShock will also continue to use the Unreal Engine according to the report.

The compilation set for the game series is now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC and MacOS. It's mostly about how developer, Hangar 13 were unsatisfied with how the game was received and how they felt they lost their way during development.

2K Games confirmed Fergusson's announcement, but wouldn't comment on the studio nor what it would be working on.

"The issue is that Parkside's not ready for lots of people", said one person involved during this investigation. "They're careful about not falling into the same problem every studio has, where they have too many people and nothing for them to do". Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick has already stated that it is a permanent franchise for the company. Not that it's surprising that 2K would return to one of its most visible and valuable series, of course, and it has been five years since BioShock Infinite came out.