‘BioShock Infinite’ Goes Gold, New Trailer Plummets into View

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Irrational GamesBioShock Infinite has been in development for a while now, but everything appears to be right on track for a successful launch next month. In fact, the fine folk at Irrational (who happen to have been working on the title for roughly five years) finally confirmed that BioShock Infinite has gone gold, and is on track to simultaneously hit the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC in just over a month’s time.

To celebrate the end of the game’s initial development cycle, the team has released a brand new trailer that highlights some of the themes present within the final product. The trailer has been labeled the ‘Lamb of Columbia’, and there are plenty of plot details to draw from the sporadic snippets of gameplay and dialogue that the teaser is comprised of.

As is evident by the footage, Booker DeWitt (BioShock Infinite‘s main protagonist) is tasked with retrieving a young girl by the name of Elizabeth from the sky bound city of Columbia. DeWitt signs up for this job to wipe away a debt that he has accumulated with some less than upstanding characters, but it quickly becomes apparent that he truly has no idea what’s in store.

BioShock Infinite Screenshots

The first five minutes of BioShock Infinite proved a promising sign of how the final game should turn out, and the intensity of this trailer only seems to further confirm suspicions that everyone at Irrational Games (especially Time Magazine nominee, Ken Levine) are well aware of what they’re doing.

It won’t be long now until gamers finally get to experience the floating city of Columbia first-hand, and there will be plenty of perils to conquer when they arrive. What lies in store for users is still a mystery, but Infinite‘s designer Ken Levine is confident that his game’s ending will be “like nothing you’ve ever experienced.” Whether or not that’s a good thing remains to be seen.

BioShock Infinite will descend upon Xbox 360, PS3, and PC gamers on March 26th.

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Source: Irrational Games

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  • jwalka

    really looking forward to this, hopefully they did as they said and actually ironed out all the issues b/c i would hate to play a game that got delayed like 3 times which has bugs in it (ones that effect gameplay at least).

  • Damolisher

    Would I be required to play the first two games first to understand the story or is it more or less stand alone.
    Just wandering as my preorder comes with the original game as well.

    • Riley Little

      You’ll be able to experience BioShock Infinite without having to have played the original two. It’s a brand new story that happens to take place in the same universe, so Rapture references shouldn’t be too thick.