BioShock Infinite gets a Season Pass

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

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BioShock Infinite Season Pass

Irrational Games has announced that the latest title in their BioShock franchise, BioShock Infinite, will be getting a Season Pass.

The Season Pass will launch along with the game on March 26th, 2013, at a cost of $19.99 on the PlayStation Network and PC, or 1600 Microsoft Points on the Xbox 360. Separately, the three downloadable content packs planned for the game would cost $30.00.

In addition, the Season Pass will also include the “Early Bird Special Pack,”  which includes a Machine Gun Damage Upgrade, a Pistol Damage Upgrade, a gold weapon skin, and five health-increasing infusion bottles.

The Season Pass, as well as the game itself, is currently available for pre-order. Both via the game’s website, and from retailers.

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  • I can’t exactly say I’m surprised by all this. I fully expect them to drop the ball with the DLC if they get their money before even releasing them, like Gearbox has done lately.