2K had wowed everyone with BioShock: Infinite back in 2013, but it\u2019s been more than half a decade and we haven\u2019t gotten an update to the franchise at all. The good news is, a fourth BioShock game has been officially announced, and we\u2019re getting it from 2K\u2019s new studio Cloud Chamber.\r\n\r\nThis was the official statement from BusinessWire:\r\n\r\n\u201cBioShock is one of the most beloved, critically praised and highest-rated franchises of the last console generation*. We can\u2019t wait to see where its powerful narrative and iconic, first-person shooter gameplay head in the future with our new studio team at Cloud Chamber leading the charge.\u201d\r\n\r\nWhile not many games have gotten the same level of prestige as BioShock, I can kind of understand why they haven\u2019t updated the game since Infinite. If anything, Burial at Sea had provided a closed narrative between all three games, and adding more to that could just ruin what Infinite gave us.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/5gBVZj6ROV0\r\n\r\nIf anything, this sequel should have its own new world and story, and it should just be a bonus if the writers found a way to link it to the original trilogy. I guess what\u2019s important is just keeping the core elements of gameplay, which is a first person shooter with powers that can be exchanged. Good luck trying to find another \u201cBest Girl\u201d who isn\u2019t Elizabeth.\r\n\r\nHere's the synopsis for\u00a0Bioshock Infinite:\u00a0\r\n\r\nThe game takes place in the airborne city of Columbia, in 1912, where the player assumes the role of Booker DeWitt, a disgraced Pinkerton agent. ... Following in the footsteps of previous\u00a0BioShock\u00a0games, the world of\u00a0Infinite\u00a0explores the chaos that results when strong ideals are taken to an extreme.\r\n\r\nNo release date has been set for BioShock 4 yet, but the devs did also say that they would be working on the game \u2018for the next several years,\u2019 so we shouldn\u2019t expect anything in 2020.