Bioshock, Bioshock 2, and Bioshock Infinite are now playable on Xbox One, Major Nelson announced today. All three games and their corresponding downloadable content have been added to the catalog of backwards compatible games for the system.
If you have a physical Xbox 360 copy of any of these titles, just insert it into the Xbox One and it should start installing to the hard drive. If bought digitally, the games will automatically show up in your Xbox One game library and ready to download. The original and sequel are available on the Xbox Games Store for $19.99, while Infinite is $29.99.
Bioshock: The Collection, released last September, features remastered versions of all three titles and all single-player add-on content for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The full package is available for $49.99 at retail and digital storefronts.
Main Bioshock developer Irrational Games dissolved back in Feb. 2004, and Take-Two Interactive said 2K Marin would be handling future titles in the franchise. The studio worked alongside Irrational Games on the first title, and solely developed the sequel.