Bioshock Infinite – No Multiplayer

The upcoming Bioshock Infinite won’t have any multiplayer according to series creative director Ken Levine.

In a Tweet, Ken Levine revealed that players won’t be getting a multiplayer option. Instead, players will have to make do with a focused campaign and the hardcore 1999 mode. Hardly a bad thing though.

If you want more Bioshock in the meantime, you can check out the intimidating, yet beautiful Songbird edition of the game along with Ken Levine giving you the lowdown on what makes it so special.

George Sinclair is an editor for Analog Addiction, the home of the latest news, reviews and previews. You can find George on Twitter and his blog on IGN. Be sure to follow the OFFICIALAnalog Addiction Twitter as well! 

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One thought on “Bioshock Infinite – No Multiplayer

  1. THANK YOU, KEN! Bioshock 2 multiplayer wasn’t horrendous, but it just didn’t add much to the FPS multiplayer genre. I think it’s best to have it strictly a solo adventure. Too many games feel the need to insert multiplayer needlessly and I’m glad this AAA series is going back to solo games

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