Ever since we got our first look at Bioshock Infinite, the game has been one of the most eagerly anticipated titles of 2012. Given all of the buzz surrounding it, any piece of new information we can glean about Irrational Games’ next installment of the franchise is worth passing along.
This time around, we have a new video featuring Creative Director Ken Levine discussing the role of voice acting in the game. He’s joined by Bioshock Infinite actors Troy Baker, who voices Pinkerton agent Booker Dewitt, and Courtnee Draper, who voices Elizabeth.
And while that’s all well and good, the video also features a bit of new footage from the project, which unfolds on a steampunk-like city in the air in the year 1912.
Ah, the future…
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- Courtnee Draper