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BioShock Infinite Goes Gold, No More Delays

Posted on Tuesday, February 19 @ 13:02:11 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


After far too many delays, BioShock Infinite is complete and ready to be mass produced for eager gamers like you and me. Irrational Games announced the exciting news in a post on their blog, in which Ken Levine had the following to share:

Today, I’m happy to announce that the game has gone gold. What that means is that it has been approved by both Sony and Microsoft (and the PC Gods, natch) to be sent to the manufacturing guys to load up fleets of trucks with BioShock Infinite and be driven to a store near you on March 26th.

The total cost of the game was five years, 941 billion Klingon darseks (plus tip), 47 camels, a cranberry flan, and the blood, sweat, and tears of the Irrational Team.

Nobody has ever built a game quite like this. It’s a shooter, but a shooter that brings you to very uncomfortable and dangerous places. I can’t demand that you play the game; I can promise you, however, that once you have, it will be an experience you won’t soon forget.

If you haven't already done so, be sure to check out the game's latest trailer, titled "The Lamb of Columbia," right here.

BioShock Infinite launches on March 26th for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC, and I don't know about you, but I'm practically bursting at the seams in anticipation. Do you think it will live up to the hype? Let us know in the comments below.

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