TG Daily announced that there will indeed be a BioShock 2.  Although they refer to it as a sequel, it is unknown whether it will actually follow after the events of BioShock.  Indeed, if it follows it’s predecessor, System Shock, there is no telling what the game will actually focus around.

Before you get too excited though, bear in mind that this game will be made on Unreal Engine 3, not the upcoming Unreal Engine 4.  As we heard from Tim Sweeny Version 4 will exclusively target the next console generation, Microsoft’s successor for the Xbox 360, Sony’s successor for the Playstation 3 – and if Nintendo ships a machine with similar hardware specs, then that also. PCs will follow after that.

“Three months ago, a new game development studio called 2K Marin opened its doors, and it was rumored that they are working on a sequel to BioShock. At the same time, the destiny of the 2K Boston/Australia team was uncertain, since head of 2K Boston, Ken Levine was stating that he is going to work on a sequel.

After the quarterly conference call, all is now clear. 2K Marin is going to develop BioShock 2 for Xbox 360 and PC platform, utilizing new technologies that were placed in Unreal Engine 3.”

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