Nintendo's Switch welcomes new games that are available to download and play on the beloved console, such as BioShock, Borderlands, and XCOM.
The wait is finally over! Would you kindly play BioShock: The Collection now on #NintendoSwitch? pic.twitter.com/eIKqUuPAew — BioShock (@bioshock) May 29, 2020
More AAA games for Switch
2K has released seven games from over three franchises on the Nintendo Switch, all of the titles that are sure to draw more attention to the portable console. The titles included are BioShock: The Collection, Borderlands Legendary Collection, and XCOM 2 Collection.
All of the games come with their respective expansions that players can enjoy to their heart's content. If you ever plan on buying the games digitally, you'll hope that your Switch has enough space for each game. The smallest of the games in the bundle will need 10.4 GB, and for all seven games, if you so chose, it is a whopping 103.1 GB.
Here are the prices of each game if you're interested in buying them individually. We'll even mention how much space needed for each game: BioShock Remastered: $20 and 12.5 GB, BioShock 2 Remastered: $20 and 10.4 GB, BioShock Infinite: The Complete Collection: $20 and 20.7 GB, BioShock: The Collection: $50 and 43.6 GB, Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition: $30 and 13.7 GB, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection: $40 and 21.5 GB, Borderlands: Legendary Collection: $60 and 35.2 GB, XCOM 2 Collection: $50 and 24.3 GB.
Port Studio Virtuos, the one responsible for XCOM 2 and BioShock, strongly believes that just about any PS4 and Xbox One game can work with Nintendo's Switch if it is the right studio responsible for porting out the game.
It's finally here! Borderlands Legendary Collection is now available on #NintendoSwitch! pic.twitter.com/Ze2AMx0Pax — Borderlands 3 (@Borderlands) May 29, 2020
It's finally here! The XCOM 2 Collection is now available on #NintendoSwitch! pic.twitter.com/Fb9NMMbpoL — XCOM 2 out now on Switch (@XCOM) May 29, 2020
A quick rundown of the AAA titles
Let's start with the BioShock franchise. This is set in a futuristic universe where people and machines are more likely to get into each other's throats if anything bad was to happen. Not to mention the gameplay, storyline, and level construction is top-notch. You wouldn't call yourself an RPG gamer if you haven't played at least one or in respect to the title, all of them.
Moving on to Borderlands, the universe is humanities playground, and there are many crazies on the edge of the frontier. Get ready to play as one of the vault hunters looking for treasures and non-stop adventure with your friends, or solo. Borderlands has a host of memorable characters, loot, and boss names that you won't soon forget.
XCOM 2 is set on a world where aliens have invaded modern times, and humanity fights back with what the most recent technology available. Upgrade your squad with alien technology to even have a chance of saving the Earth, but don't think it is easy. It's unforgivable, and once a part of your team dies, all their upgrades and the time you spent to level them up, all go to heck. So use that brain of yours to have the best strategy to keep them all alive.