BioShock – Infinite: Irrational Announces Game’s 3D Support
A video game is successful in engaging your interest and attention if you feel as if you have entered the world of the game. Developers and publishers have been coming up with new and innovative ways to immerse the player into the game. One of such innovations is the use of Kinect controls.
Now, Bioshock Infinite fans will be treated with 3D support. With the use of stereoscopy, the flat screen can provide illusion of depth that will make us feel that if we touch one of our fingers on the screen, it will slid into a new world. Irrational Games has just announced through the Destination PlayStation event that Bioshock Infinite on PS3 will work well with stereoscopic 3D effects. Future Shop Gamer, a US retailer, tweeted details of the Arizona event and revealed quite a bit of some of the announcements made there. The retailer dishes that the developer did not really give a definite launch date for the game. So, the announcement won’t be made at Destination PlayStation. We will just wait for announcements from Irrational Games. Last year, there were rumors that Irrational will be creating a special console accessory for the Move Controller. This accessory is said to be under development for Bioshock Infinite. This rumor, however, has been fast debunked by 2K. Still, it would have been an interesting turn of events especially since the game is being designed for better world immersion.
From what we have seen so far of Bioshock Infinite from trailers, the visuals are awesome. Of course, with 3D support, those visuals will be further lifted to become even more beautiful. In a world where the female lead has powerful tears but is caught between two factions, each with a different plan for her, the story could be felt even more in 3D.