Watch the remastered BioShock's first 14 Minutes

See how much better the 2007 game looks with its fresh coat of paint; also, there are jellyfish now.

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2K Games has released a new "Let's Play" video for its upcoming BioShock: The Collection. This video shows off the first 14 minutes of the BioShock remaster featured in the package -- and it looks great.

As you can see, the 2007 game is looking better than ever, with the water effects looking especially nice in the opening sequence. We can also see in this video that there are now jellyfish. It's not clear what platform this footage was captured on, but whatever the case, 2K has said all games in The Collection run at 1080p and "up to" 60 FPS. The video is narrated by YouTuber GhostRobo.

This video follows another one from earlier this month that showed off the major graphical improvements that the remaster delivers compared to the original. You can also watch this GameSpot graphics comparison video to see how much better the game looks today than it did in 2007.

The Collection includes remastered versions of BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite, so it's possible other videos will focus on the latter two games. All single-player DLC is included for the three games, while The Collection also comes with a video series featuring commentary from director Ken Levine and lead artist Shawn Robertson.

As announced previously, BioShock and BioShock 2 are being remastered for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, while Infinite is only getting a remastered version for consoles. The Collection for PC does include Infinite, but this will be the regular, non-remastered version that is likely on par with the PC version that is already available.

PC players may also be able to get The Collection free. Read this post to find out if you're eligible.

The Collection launches on September 13 for all platforms. The compilation is being developed by Blind Squirrel Games, which collaborated with Irrational Games in the past for Infinite.

For more, check out GameSpot's video preview, "A Remaster Done Right."