Fox News Copies BioShock Infinite Logo - Report

A logo that bears striking visual similarity to the one used for BioShock Infinite has appeared on Fox News.

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The logo for 2013's BioShock Infinite has allegedly been copied and appropriated for use on Fox News, Kotaku has reported.

The version of the logo shown on Fox News was used to illustrate an interview with the governor of Texas about immigration.

The logo shares a similar shape to that of the BioShock Infinite logo, and uses a similar colour scheme. The stars used in BioShock Infinite's logo also remain in Fox News' design.

In response to the logo's appearance, BioShock creator Ken Levine tweeted, "It's irony."

BioShock Infinite was released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in March last year to very positive reception. The game has gone on to sell six million copies.

Do you think it's just coincidence, or has somebody at Fox News blatantly copied the design used on the BioShock Infinite logo? Let us know in the comments below.

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