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BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition launching Nov. 4 on PS3, Xbox 360 for $39.99

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BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition, a collection of the game and its downloadable expansions, will be released Nov. 4 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, publisher Take-Two Interactive announced today.

Publisher 2K Games confirmed the existence of the bundle last month and said it would be released in the fall, but did not reveal any additional details. A representative for 2K confirmed to Polygon today that The Complete Edition will cost $39.99 and will include BioShock Infinite as well as the Clash in the Clouds add-on and Episode One and Episode Two of the story expansion Burial at Sea. The package will also come with some DLC packs with weapons, gear and other items: the Industrial Revolution Pack, Upgrade Pack and the Early Bird Special Pack. For more details, check out the GameStop listing.

Last month, 2K said The Complete Edition would be released this fall on Windows PC as well as PS3 and Xbox 360. However, the 2K rep confirmed today that no PC version is on the way; The Complete Edition will be available only on consoles, and only at retail.

BioShock Infinite, which was developed by the now-defunct Irrational Games, originally launched in March 2013.