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Ken Levine, head of the project BioShock Infinite, has remained tightlipped regarding the narrative in their forthcoming shooter, albeit he was prepared to express that the game's ending will be something gamers are not used to.
"The plot actually gets more interesting as it goes on," Levine explained. "The end of the game, I can't tell whether people will like it or not like it. I can say it's something we're incredibly proud of. It's like nothing you've actually experienced in a video game before. It's unique and quite particular to this world, these characters and this franchise."
BioShock Infinite was recently delayed and is now prepared to launch on March 26, 2013.
We've also learned that Irrational Games will be focusing entirely on the single-player aspect of the game, without offering a multiplayer mode.
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