BioShock Infinite delayed again
Irrational Games' action shooter pushed back a month to March 26 for extra polish.
Gamers will not be able to take to the skies of Columbia as early as they may have hoped. BioShock Infinite has been delayed for a second time, with Irrational Games' new action shooter now due March 26, 2013. The game was previously planned to ship February 26.
The decision to delay BioShock Infinite again came after former Epic Games producer Rod Fergusson joined the developer in August. He suggested to staff that the game could benefit from three to four additional weeks of polish. In the long run, the delay would benefit the game, he said.
BioShock Infinite was announced in August 2010 with a 2012 release window attached. In March 2012, an October 16, 2012, release date for the game was chosen. However, the game would later be delayed to February 26, 2013, and was not on display at the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo in June.
When BioShock Infinite does ship, it will do so with great sales expectations. One analyst has suggested the game would be a significant financial boon for publisher Take-Two, saying it could ship 4.9 million copies.
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