Irrational Games’ Ken Levine recently took to Twitter to answer some fans’ questions about the upcoming Bioshock: Infinite. Among the answers, info could be found about the game’s length and the amount of discs it will ship on, as well as the prevalence of audio logs in the game.
Firstly, he stated that the game’s length will be more or less on par with the first Bioshock:
But see, that still doesn’t give us a concrete idea of the length. Completion times for the first Bioshock were widely varied, with some players reportedly beating it in six hours while others took up to 20. All things considered, this means the average gamer will probably spend around 10 hours with Infinite, which is still longer than a lot of campaigns these days. Of course, the length will still largely depends on how much time you spend exploring the levels, finding currency and health packs, upgrading plasmids and hunting down audio logs.
In fact, those audio logs will be just as plentiful as they were in the first game, Levin said:
Finally, he also went on to state that the game will ship on one disc on PS3 and Xbox 360 and a whopping three discs for the physical PC version:
Bioshock: Infinite will release worldwide on March 26, 2013 for PC, Xbox 360, and PS3. Stay tuned for more news on the title.