Irrational Games, the studio behind BioShock Infinite, released three original full length songs this weekend as a kind of parting gesture to fans of the series.
The three songs come from BioShock Infinite's "Burial at Sea" extension, whose second chapter launched this week to conclude the series. One song is a jingle for the "Old Man Winter" plasmid; another was conceived as a folk protest song, and a third is a piece of indoctrinating propaganda for the Little Sisters of Rapture.
"A thank you from us," Irrational Games founder Ken Levine tweeted yesterday.
Irrational Games unexpectedly announced its closure in February following the completion of the BioShock series; 75 employees lost their jobs. Levine is rebuilding a new studio with a small team of personnel from the old one.
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