“BioShock Infinite” Collector’s Editions, New Trailer Revealed

“BioShock Infinite” Collector’s Editions, New Trailer Revealed

So, 2K Games has this little sequel coming out to some minor franchise of theirs. BioShock Infinite doesn’t ring a bell with me, but perhaps there’s some rabid fan base out there chomping on the bit for more information on the impending release. Being so dedicated, they may even be ready to drop some extra cash for some additional goodies, both physical and digital. If so, then they’ll be happy to hear that 2K Games announced that there will be both a Premium and an Ultimate Songbird Collector’s Edition.

For $79.99/£59.99, the Premium Edition will include:

  • A 3-inch baby version keychain of the sold-out Murder of Crows vigor bottle replica.
  • A 5 x 7-inch lithograph by Jorge Lacera.
  • A 25 millimeter, resin-cast Handyman miniature from the upcoming BioShock Infinite board game by Plaid Hat Games, makers of Summoner Wars.
  • A mini art book, full of BioShock Infinite concept art and commentary, with a hand-distressed cover.
  • Various digital goodies: exclusive in-game gear, a digital soundtrack, and platform specific downloadable content (Avatar costumes for Xbox 360, and Themes for PC and PlayStation 3).

That’s all fine and dandy, but the true star of the show is the Ultimate Songbird Edition. For $149.99/£109.99, not only does it contain all of the things the Premium Edition does, but comes with an amazing 9-and-a-half inch statue of the game’s fearsome Songbird enemy. The statue was personally conceived and production was overseen by Robb Waters, the concept artist who visualized the cover of System Shock, The Trickster in Thief, Man-Bot in Freedom Force, and the BioShock series’ Little Sisters, Sander Cohen, and the Songbird itself.


To top it off, 2K Games released an awesome trailer titled “Beast of America”. The trailer shows off some awesome scenes in the game and is accompanied by an awesome soundtrack.


BioShock Infinite is set for a worldwide release on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows platforms on February 26, 2013.

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