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Bioshock Infinite Release Date Xbox 360 and More

/ Jan 29th, 2013 No Comments

Bioshock Infinite
Bioshock Infinite Release Date Xbox 360

Bioshock Infinite Release Date Xbox 360

Bioshock fans, be prepared because the Bioshock Infinite release date for Xbox 360 is March 26 as well as PS3 and PC versions. Wondering what Bioshock Infinite has in store for its fans? Read Gaming Illustrated’s extensive Bioshock Infinite Preview here!

For more information on the PC version check out our breakdown of Bioshock Infinite’s PC Specs.

The game will cost $59.99, unless players decided to pre-order one of two Bioshock Infinite limited editions. Irrational Games is offering the Premium Edition and the Ultimate Songbird Edition.

The Premium Edition and Ultimate Songbird Edition include a resin-cast Handyman figurine (for the upcoming Bioshock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia board game), a Murder of Crows keychain, a lithograph print of Columbia propaganda, exclusive in-game gear power-ups, the Bioshock Infinite digital soundtrack and a 64-page art book featuring never-before-seen concept art and designs.

The Ultimate Songbird Edition includes an exclusive, intricate statue of Songbird, the sentinel of Columbia and guardian of Elizabeth. The Songbird has been crafted by Bioshock concept artist Robb Waters. Availability for both collector’s editions are limited. The Premium Edition will cost gamers $79.99, while the Ultimate Songbird pack runs $149.99.

Players who pre-order either edition will also get play access to Bioshock Infinite: Industrial Revolution. If players decide to tackle the 50+ puzzle-heavy levels, they may unlock in-game rewards and items for Bioshock Infinite. Downloadable content will also be available for players. Exclusive Booker Dewitt and Elizabeth costumes will be available for Xbox 360 players. Bioshock Infinite themes will be downloadable for PS3 and PC gamers.

Bioshock Infinite will set itself apart from Bioshock predecessors, trading in its big blue sea for the big blue sky. The game is set in the floating sky-city of Columbia, a metropolis shrouded in clouds and secrets. Former Pinkerton agent Booker DeWitt has been assigned to rescue the enigmatic Elizabeth from Columbia. However, her rescue will prove to be a challenge as DeWitt faces Elizabeth’s guardian Songbird, a mechanical beast dedicated to the protection and imprisonment of Elizabeth. Bioshock Infinite seems guaranteed to please both old and new players as they soar through the clouds, firing shotguns on zeppelins and uncovering the truth about the city in the sky.

Rachel Gray

Rachel Gray

Content Specialist at Gaming Illustrated
Rachel is a game aficionada who lives with her tuxedo cat, Ernest. Some of her favorite things include bears, Chik-fil-a chick-n-minis, White Russians, and Silent Hill 2. When jogging, Rachel attaches her mp3 arm attachment to her wrist and pretends it is a Pip-Boy.
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