If you were looking forward to a bit of multiplayer action in BioShock Infinite, it seems that you’re in the minority – and you’re going to miss out. Irrational Games bossman Ken Levine has revealed that the upcoming release simply will not feature any opportunities to play with your mates.
— Ken Levine (@IGLevine) November 25, 2012
[img_big]center,58,2012-10-22/Oct22-Screen01.jpg,You’re on your own, kid.[/img_big]
Rather than bucking the trend, BioShock Infinite is the latest in a growing list of games that has discarded multiplayer elements, alongside Metro: Last Light and Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel. This suggests a change in attitude from both developers and gamers, who have commented for years that – for many games – multiplayer is a last-minute, tacked-on addition which can drag the overall title down with it.