We will have to wait yet another extra month before checking out one of the most anticipated games in recent years. This week, developer Irrational Games and publisher 2K Games revealed on the official Irrational Games website that BioShock Infinite's release date has been pushed back yet again. The delay this time will add an extra month to the wait for this first person shooter, from February 26th to March 26th.
The reason for this new delay, according to Irrational Games leader Ken Levine, is to give BioShock Infinite's team more time to polish the game and fix bugs. He added:
We know that this is going to ruffle some feathers. But we’re willing to take the heat to make sure that BioShock Infinite is 100% the game our fans deserve.
BioShock Infinite was first announced in the summer of 2010 and will be the first game from Irrational Games since the launch of the original, and highly acclaimed, BioShock way back in the fall of 2007. Levine recently announced that the game would not have any multiplayer features, despite rumors to the contrary that Irrational Games was in fact working on multiplayer modes for the title.
Source: Irrational Games website | Image via 2K Games