Well, at least this time it's not a huge delay.
Bioshock Infinite was originally supposed to release this fall, but was unfortunately delayed to February 26. Now, we've learned that the launch date for this hotly anticipated title from Irrational Games has slipped another month .
The new date is March 26. This is due to former Epic Games producer Rod Fergusson joining the team back in August; he said the game would benefit from an extra 3-4 months of polish. That's not entirely surprising, as the studio suffered several key losses over the past year; it started with director of product development Tim Gerritsen and art director Nate Wells, but it didn't end there. It's just good to know that at least the game is still coming. It looked for a while that such losses could permanently cripple the project.
Anyway, when Infinite does arrive, you can expect a lot of anxious gamers, and I'm one of them. Can't wait .
Related Game(s): Bioshock Infinite