Latest BioShock Infinite trailer proves Elizabeth is not to be trifled with

In the latest BioShock Infinite trailer, "Lamb of Columbia," released today by Irrational Games and 2K Games, Elizabeth gets her due.

It becomes clear that Elizabeth is not a mere support character whom you, as protagonist Booker DeWitt, must escort through the upcoming first-person shooter. Instead, her tremendous powers are so staggering that DeWitt reconsiders the arrangement by which he comes to Columbia to "rescue" Elizabeth.

"Booker, are you afraid of God?" she asks.

"No," DeWitt replies. "I'm afraid of you."

BioShock Infinite launches March 26 on Windows PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. For more, check out our recent video interview with creative director Ken Levine as well as our profile of him.

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