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Bioshock Infinite is set to be one of the biggest titles of 2011 and there is a lot of hype surrounding its release, but the question is which platform is the superior version?

In an interview with AusGamers, Shawn Robertson, Lead Artist on Bioshock: Infinite has revealed that no platform will be superior and that the game is being designed to utilize the strengths of each.

“No platforms going to be the better platform. We certainly.. if you
look at what we did with BioShock One when we released on Xbox and PC,
we had different designers working on different elements for PC versus
Xbox treating it like working to the strengths of each console. So
were going to be releasing on PS3, Xbox and PC in 2012, so well have
different people thinking about the different strengths or weaknesses of
each console.”

So if you only own one of the three platforms that Bioshock Infinite is releasing on then you have no need to worry.

Source: AusGamers

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Bioshock Infinite: ‘No Platform’s Going To Be The Better Platform’

By EGM Staff | 06/26/2011 03:32 AM PT

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Bioshock Infinite is set to be one of the biggest titles of 2011 and there is a lot of hype surrounding its release, but the question is which platform is the superior version?

In an interview with AusGamers, Shawn Robertson, Lead Artist on Bioshock: Infinite has revealed that no platform will be superior and that the game is being designed to utilize the strengths of each.

“No platforms going to be the better platform. We certainly.. if you
look at what we did with BioShock One when we released on Xbox and PC,
we had different designers working on different elements for PC versus
Xbox treating it like working to the strengths of each console. So
were going to be releasing on PS3, Xbox and PC in 2012, so well have
different people thinking about the different strengths or weaknesses of
each console.”

So if you only own one of the three platforms that Bioshock Infinite is releasing on then you have no need to worry.

Source: AusGamers

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