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Bioshock Infinite Preorders Tally Up Free X-COM On Steam

Posted on Tuesday, March 19 @ 16:59:49 PST by

With the hotly anticipated Bioshock Infinite just one week from release today, it seemed Steam users felt compelled to put their money down now in order to unlock a free download of X-COM: Enemy Unknown with their order. Customers also earned a free copy of the original Bioshock and some Infinite-themed TF2 items.

You can still order and get these bonuses as well, but just know that you weren't a part of something meaningful. You just reap the benefits while other people did the heavy lifting. Pfft, I want you out of my sight! You disgust me!

He's gone? Alright cool, I gotta preorder now. You know, I've been thinking, that progress bar sure did seem to shoot forward over the past 24-48 hours. I wonder if it was always the plan to give away X-COM for free.

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