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Bioshock Infinite: Complete Edition Gets A Release Date
Irrational Games has given a release date to Bioshock Infinite: Complete Edition and by complete, they mean all the DLC packs along with the base game bundled in one.
Complete Edition will be available starting November 4 for Sony’s PlayStation 3 and Microsoft’s Xbox 360 as announced by publisher Take-Two.
The bundle was announced last month but at that time no information was shared other than that it will come out this fall. Priced at $39.99, Bioshock Infinite: Complete Edition includes Clash of the Clouds DLC and Episode 1 and 2 of Burial at Sea story expansion.
And lastly, it will feature some DLC with weapons, gears and other in-game items in the form of Upgrade pack, Industrial revolution pack and Early-Bird Special pack.
There was also a PC version planned but a Take-Two representative confirmed that the version will not be available and the game is being released exclusively on PS3 and Xbox 360.
Although this is called a complete edition, but personally I would have preferred a bundle that includes all three Bioshock games along with their DLC, and I would have happily paid 60 bucks for it. However, that is just my take on it.