Ken Levine confirms BioShock Infinite won’t have multiplayerWritten by: / / No Comments
The BioShock series is renowned for offering an absorbing singleplayer experience that features unobtrusive storytelling and atmospheric environments so the inclusion of a multiplayer mode in BioShock 2 caught many fans off-guard.
There has been plenty of speculation over whether the next game in the series – BioShock Infinite – will feature a multiplayer component, and now Irrational Games’ creative director Ken Levine has made it clear that the game will be an entirely singleplayer experience.
Replying to a fan’s query on Twitter about the possibility of multiplayer, Levine simply stated: “No multi”.
Irrational Games’ desire to keep BioShock Infinite a singleplayer-only experience despite BioShock 2 having a multiplayer component makes sense when you take into account that the studio didn’t develop the second game in the series.
Bioshock Infinite will be released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on February 26th worldwide.
Don’t miss El33tonline’s previous coverage of Bioshock Infinite for more videos, as well as collections of screenshots and further details about this promising shooter.