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Bioshock Infinite Delayed From February To March

Posted on Friday, December 7 @ 05:46:04 Eastern by

Irrational Games' Ken Levin has doled out the "bad news" on Joystiq that BioShock Infinite, originally slated for February 26, has been pushed back a full month to March 26, 2013.

Since the BioShock series is one of the most critically acclaimed franchises of the last decade, I don't mind them taking an extra month to work on polish and bug-fixing. Despite the slight annoyance of delays, I appreciate the practice of getting a finished product right from the start without needing a substantial day-one patch to fix everything.
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