By now, you’ve probably heard that BioShock Infinite is a big game, with a huge world to explore, massive multiplayer modes, and the ability to jump into a game’s multiplayer mode to play a multiplayer match.
In a game like this, you might wonder why you should spend a lot of money on it.
Why not just buy the game on Steam?
BioShock’s creator, Cliff Bleszinski, explained the reasons in a tweet: We wanted to make sure that the game was the best it could be for you.
So if you’re an avid gamer, or if you’ve been playing the game for a while, we hope you’ll give us some feedback.
This is not the first time BioShock fans have been wondering if this game is worth the $60 price tag.
It was a hot topic on Steam back in 2014, when the game went on sale for $60 on Steam Early Access.
The game was not a success and sales dropped dramatically after that.
Blesztos tweets are one thing.
His comments to Polygon about the game are another.
So what did he say?
He stated that BioShock Infinite will have a launch on Xbox One and PS4 in 2019.
That is quite a lot for a first person shooter.
The release window is a little bit vague, but I have no idea when the PS4 and Xbox One versions will be available.
I have also been told that it will be released sometime around the middle of 2020.
I’m not sure where this news came from, but that is a great start.
If you want to see what BioShock looks like on Xbox and PSN, the game has been released for PC on February 22.
If you want a preview of the game, check out this awesome trailer.
I was curious to see how the game would play, so I ran it through my Xbox One controller, and it is quite impressive.
I will have more details about the PC release on my hands-on review soon, but this trailer definitely gives me hope.
I am hoping for more information on the PC version in the coming months.
The next question I asked myself is how many people actually own BioShock, and how many actually own the original BioShock.
I didn’t have the time or patience to spend time and money with a hands-off approach.
I guess that is understandable because the game is still an amazing experience, and I would never say that this game cannot be improved.
In the coming days, I will be able to do my own hands-over hands-in-the-air demo, which will allow me to test out the game with my Xbox controller.
So what do you think of the new BioShock?
Do you think it will hold up as a fantastic game?
What do you guys think of Cliff Bledzinski’s comments about how the original game will not be sold on Steam in 2019?
Do you think BioShock can hold up to this level of quality?
Let us know in the comments below.
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