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Irrational Games has released three new screenshots for their upcoming FPS RPG BioShock Infinite, showing off various key locations of the flying Columbus, including a glimpse at the very eerie looking George Washington Heavy Hitter.
The city of Columbia was built by the US Government in the late 1800s to serve as a floating world’s fair. The city was sent to travel from continent to continent and show the rest of the world the success of the American experiment. Unknown to most, Columbia was also a “death star,” secretly packed with weaponry. Political strife caused Columbia to secede from America and the city disappeared. No one knows how to get to Columbia.
Irrational has also revealed a very short sneak peak of the upcoming trailer "Lamb of Columbia", which will be revealed later tomorrow. You can check out the very quick 10 seconds of actual footage below, along with the new screenshots.






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