Levine: BioShock Infinite ending is unprecedented

Irrational Games creative director Ken Levine says endgame is "like nothing you've actually experienced in a video game before."


Irrational Games creative director Ken Levine has offered a tease regarding the BioShock Infinite endgame. Speaking to Outside Xbox, Levine claimed the game's ending is unprecedented and may not be embraced by all.

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"The plot actually gets more interesting as it goes on,” Levine said. “The end of the game…I can't tell whether people will like it or not like it. I can say it's something we're incredibly proud of. It's like nothing you've actually experienced in a video game before. It's quite unique and quite particular to this world, these characters, and this franchise."

Levine did not share further details on what the BioShock Infinite endgame may have in store for gamers. However, he did say Irrational is working to make sure the story doesn't decline in its second half, as the interviewer suggested happened in the original BioShock.

"You had a situation there where you had this amazing character and once he's gone the story loses some of its steam," Levine said. "That is something we took to heart in this game."

BioShock Infinite is due out for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC (but not Wii U) on March 26, 2013. For more, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.

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