Nintendo's Switch has become an attractive platform for many developers, especially for bringing over older, but popular games to the hybrid system, allowing them to be played on the go for the first time. We've seen The Witcher 3 make its way to the console recently, and just this week, Deep Silver announced that the Metro Redux bundle, including both Metro 2033 and Last Light, is coming to the Switch next month.
But there might be even more, as multiple rating agencies have rated BioShock: The Collection for the Nintendo Switch. It started earlier this week with a Taiwanese rating agency (via LootPots), which published ratings not just for the entire collection, but for each individual BioShock title, including the complete edition of BioShock Infinite.
Now, in addition to that, ratings for BioShock The Collection have popped up on Brazilian and Korean rating agencies, as spotted by Twitter user Pixelpar. Unfortunately, the ratings don't point at a release date, and the Brazilian website lists the same date as that of the original release of the game on other platforms.
There's been some buzz among Nintendo fans regarding a potential Direct presentation in January. With last week's Pokémon Direct and the fifth DLC character for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate being announced yesterday, that buzz may seem baseless, but it's likely that it will happen sooner rather than later anyway. The first Direct of 2019 was in February, and there's typically been a presentation early in the year before. We'll have to wait and see if BioShock: The Collection will be announced in one of these presentations.