Bioshock 4 setting and time period leaked by known journalist


By Ray Ampoloquio December 3, 2021

BioShock is one of the most iconic games of all time.

Unfortunately, despite the series' popularity among critics and audiences, the team behind the trilogy decided to stop with 2013's BioShock Infinite, much to the dismay of longtime fans.

However, in recent years, there've been talks about a fourth BioShock game in development.

Now, this speculation and talk has evolved to the point that we now have a potential setting for BioShock 4.

Colin Moriarty shared details about the upcoming BioShock installment in an exclusive Sacred Symbols video last week.

Moriarty claims that BioShock 4 will take place sometime in the 1960s inside a fictional Antarctic city known as Borealis.

VGC corroborated these claims, saying that Moriarty's leak matches up with what their "own sources" told them about BioShock 4.

So far, the only official announcement about BioShock 4 is that it's been in development since 2019. 

Several job listings since suggest that BioShock 4 will be a timed PlayStation exclusive with an open-world setting.

If Cloud Chamber is targeting a 2022 release for BioShock 4, the studio might reveal more details about the game at TGA 2021 if not sometime in early 2022.