Kevin Levine of Irrational Games, Lead Designer for the next entry of the Bioshock series, Bioshock Infinite has revealed some new info on the game, slated for a March release after many delays and a few development troubles and issues.
The first new information revealed is about the game’s discs: the console versions will come on a single disc, the Pc version will be released on a three disc format.
One of the versions available for purchase of Bioshock Infinite is the Rapture Edition, featuring an extra stage called the Museum: Kevin Levine has stated that the museum will not be a full level, but just an extra feature showing unused art and characters, using the game’s engine.
For players fearing about the game’s length, Mr. Levine stated that Bioshock Infinte lenght will be on par with the first Bioshock game.
As for some new gameplay details, Levine has confirmed that the game will be more action-packed than the previous entries of the series: the game will feature plenty of “shooty”, Levine said, not really clarifying what he meant.
Bioshock: Infinite will be available for purchase on March 26 for Pc, Xbox 360 and Ps3. The Pc version will fully support both DX10 and 11.