In the expected sequel known as BioShock Isolation, recent info regarding a fourth BioShock game has surfaced, indicating that the game will accompany a bunch of Rapture refugees to Antarctica. In light of the franchise's recent fifteenth anniversary, many viewers of the show have been asking for information on possible future directions. \n \nThis makes sense, considering that the most recent game, BioShock Infinite, was launched on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 roughly ten years ago. There is still a lot of BioShock tale to tell, as everyone who completed the third game's conclusion is aware. \n \nWhile sci-fi shooters were fairly prevalent in the early 2000s, BioShock stood out thanks to its compelling narrative, captivating world-building, and challenging gameplay. \n \nLong after the undersea metropolis of Rapture had been consumed from the inside out by its politics and mutant residents, the second game and its DLC returned to the same underwater city. Then, utilizing Colombia's soaring metropolis from BioShock Infinite, creative director Ken Levine lifted fans into the air. \n \nAlthough Colombia was not quite as run-down as the city of Rapture, the game nevertheless had terrifying monsters and distinctive powers, allowing players to defeat their adversaries in a variety of amusing ways. Even though Levine left the BioShock series, a fourth game has been in the works for a while. The long-awaited game may now contain some information, according to one leaker. \n \nFans now have some early access to data about the environment and plot of the polar adventure of the fourth BioShock game, rumored to be called BioShock Isolation, which is expected to be released somewhere around 2024. \n \nAccording to Game Rant, Oopsleaks, a Twitter user, published the information, and they advise their followers to treat it with caution in their tweets. The info that was leaked indicates that delays in BioShock Isolation's official unveiling were brought on by personnel concerns at developer Cloud Chamber Studios.