BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt Kindle e-book releases next month

Tuesday, 22nd January 2013 15:42 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt, an e-book prequel to BioShock Infinite, will be available worldwide for Kindle next month, 2K and Irrational Games have announced.

BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt provides insight into “the mysterious sky-city of Columbia prior to the events of BioShock Infinite.” It was written by Irrational Games’ writer Joe Fielder with creative director Ken Levine.

“Since we first announced BioShock Infinite, our fans have asked for more information about Columbia and the complex cast of characters that inhabit the floating city,” said Fielder. “After reading the e-book, players will have a better understanding of BioShock Infinite’s world, the struggle between its factions, and the motivations of key characters, like rebel leader Daisy Fitzroy, without spoiling the mysteries of BioShock Infinite.”

It will be free for those who pre-order the game through Amazon, otherwise it will run you $2.99 and releases on February 12.

Also available worldwide for free to those who pre-order BioShock Infinite is the Industrial Revolution Pack, provides players access to: “three in-game gear items that boost combat abilities, 500 bonus in-game currency, five lock picks, and the Industrial Revolution puzzle game which unlocks stories of Columbia and allows players to pledge their allegiance to the Vox Populi or Founders through Facebook.”

BioShock Infinite launches globally on March 26 for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.



  1. Hunam

    I hope it’s better than Bioshock: Rapture. That novel was dull as fuck and didn’t focus on anything that was truly interesting and remarkable about the world. When it did it was just awkward.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. friendlydave

    Agreed. Rapture was pretty bland. Different Author so I would hope so! Will check this out when I get time.

    Best video-game novel I’ve read so far was the Fable 3 one, Fable: The Balverine Order.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Hunam

    I enjoyed the Deus Ex Human Revolution novel called The Icarus Effect. Shed light on the boss characters from the game and gave them personalities.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. RandomTiger

    I never even heard of these, I might look up the Deus Ex one, thanks!

    #4 2 years ago
  5. YoungZer0

    Might as well check out the graphic novel while you’re at it.

    #5 2 years ago

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