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Road to Release: BioShock Infinite

Posted on Sunday, March 17 @ 04:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn



There's so much more to the world of BioShock infinite than just Columbia's landscape, however, as the game's rich and atmospheric music only serves to enhance and further flesh out the perplexing universe that Irrational Games has created. Take, for example, the small sample below, which was composed by the talented Garry Schyman, the same man behind the iconic soundtracks of BioShock 1 and 2.



Those who pre-order either the Ultimate Songbird or Premium Edition will get the soundtrack as part of the package. They're in limited quantities, so pre-order now while there are still some available. If you're interested, you can check out full track list right here.

Believe it or not, the musical talent doesn't stop with Schyman, as voice actors Troy Baker (Booker DeWitt) and Courtnee Draper (Elizabeth) have lent their vocal skills to perform an incredible duet for the game's soundtrack.
It's titled "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" and is embedded below.



Of course, there's more to a game's sound than just music, as voice acting is an essential piece of the puzzle, especially in the case of such a character-driven experience like BioShock Infinite. As mentioned earlier, Troy Baker does the voice for the protagonist, Booker DeWitt, and Courtnee Draper is responsible for bringing Elizabeth to life. Baker has been involved in a number of other games, including Final Fantasy XIIICatherineBatman: Arkham City, and several more, and you may recognize Draper from her work in Kingdom Hearts II.

Other voice acting talent involved in BioShock Infinite includes: 

To get an idea of how hard this talented cast worked, see Baker and Draper in action below. 



BioShock Infinite launches on March 26th for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

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