It's been almost a decade since the first Bioshock game was released and, just like a splicer locked out of Rapture, we've been holding our breath for a chance to go back inside that world.
Now, the much-loved trilogy is being remastered and re-released Bioshock: The Collection will include the original Bioshock, alongside Bioshock 2 and Bioshock Infinite, as well as the DLC for each game and a director's commentary from director Ken Levine and lead artist Shawn Roberston.
It's all single-player gameplay, so that means you won't get multiplayer action from Bioshock 2, and 2K notes that Infinite will not be remastered because it already meets current generation console standards.
The series is due to be released in North America on September 13, before launching in Australia on September 15 and internationally on September 16. It will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC for $60 (which translates to AU$80/£45, though there's not yet any official pricing outside the US).