Bioshock Infinite Special Editions Detailed

Bioshock Infinite’s been quiet lately after been delayed from October 2012 to February 2013 but since a new trailer was teased last week, Ken Levine, Bioshock’s creator has listed the contents of two special editions of the game in a blog post on Irrational’s forums. The editions are the Premium Edition and the Ultimate Songbird Edition.

The Premium Edition will come with a copy of the game, a 3 inch keyring of the Murder Of Crows vigor bottle, a 25 millimetre Handyman miniture from the Bioshock Infinite board game, a 5 x 7 inch lithograph, an art book and commentary. The Premium Edition will also come packed with DLC such as in game gear exclusive to buyers, a soundtrack to the game, 360 Avatar costumes and themes for the PC and PS3.

The Ultimate Songbird Edition includes all of the content of the Premium Edition but this time with a 9 and a half inch statue of the fearsome Songbird from the game with custom artwork from Robb Waters, the man who brought us the cover of System Shock, The Trickster in Thief, the Little Sisters and Sander Cohen from the original Bioshock.

Buyers should be aware that these editions are quite limited and Ken Levine has urged those interested to pre-order them now rather than later. The Premium Edition will be going for $79.99 and the Ultimate Songbird Edition for $149.99. Both editions will be available on the 26th of February 2013 for the PS3, PC and Xbox 360.

Bioshock Infinite is expected to have a new trailer surfacing in the next two days or so. Stay tuned to Analog Addiction to have the news on the trailer when it’s revealed.

Source: IGN, Irrational.

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