The New "BioShock" Game Will Take A Number Of Years To Create

In the latest round of "obvious news we could have told you anyway" it looks like the next BioShock game won't be happening in the near future. Ever since Take-Two Interactive and 2K Games announced that the new studio Cloud Chamber would be making a new game, everyone has been wondering when it will be released. Keep in mind, this news was literally announced in December 2019, less than two months ago, and everyone is already wondering if we'll see a trailer at E3 2020. Well, a recent financial report will kick that notion out of a few people's minds as it's going to be a while before you see anything.

The New "BioShock" Game Will Take A Number Of Years To Create
Credit: Take-Two Interactive

Like a lot of companies, Take-Two recently released a financial earnings report, detailing much of what took place during the tail-end of 2019. In the report, they flat out say the project will take several years.

Announced the founding of Cloud Chamber, the newest wholly-owned game development studio under the Company's publishing label. A collective of storytellers eager to push the frontlines of interactive entertainment by making unique, entertaining and thoughtful experiences that engage the world, Cloud Chamber will build its team at two locations: 2K's San Francisco Bay Area headquarters in Novato, California, as well as in Montréal, Québec, which marks the first-ever Canadian office for a 2K studio. In addition, 2K announced that Cloud Chamber has started to work on the next iteration of the globally acclaimed BioShock franchise, which will be in development for the next several years.

So basically, if you're hoping to see the game in 2020 or 2021, you might wanna lower your expectations and hope to see anything in 2022.

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