AEW Sign Makes Bizarre Demand for BioShock Infinite

AEW Sign Makes Bizarre Demand for BioShock Infinite

A sign spotted on the latest episode of AEW Rampage makes a bizarre demand for the critically-acclaimed BioShock Infinite game.

A sign spotted during the latest episode of AEW Rampage demanded that BioShock Infinite be canceled. AEW has two weekly television shows with flagship program Dynamite airing Wednesday nights on TBS and the hour-long Rampage airing Friday nights on TNT. Since AEW’s inception, video game signs have been a common sight, with fans using them to make statements and argue about all kinds of different video games.

Oftentimes, these AEW video game signs have been about JRPGs. For example, fans have brought signs to AEW show that argue about which Final Fantasy game is the best. Other times AEW fans have used the signs to make more controversial statements, like one that claimed Persona 5 sucks and another that said Dragon Quest Monsters was better than Pokemon. The most recent AEW sign with a controversial message demanded that BioShock Infinite be canceled, which doesn’t make sense since the game came out 10 years ago.


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BioShock Infinite, the latest game from legendary developer Ken Levine, launched in March 2013 to rave reviews from critics. Opinion on the game seems to have soured slightly since its launch year, but it’s still held in high-regard by many. It seems the person who made this sign may fall in the camp of people who dislike BioShock Infinite, or this could be a joke about the game’s universe-hopping narrative.

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The BioShock franchise has been dormant since BioShock Infinite released 10 years ago, but it’s poised to make a comeback. 2K has made it clear that a new BioShock game is in active development by Cloud Chamber, while Netflix is working on a BioShock movie adaptation. Official details on the new BioShock game are hard to come by at the time of this writing, but rumors and leaks have suggested that the game will be open world and may be set in Antarctica. However, fans should take that information with a grain of salt for now.

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Franchise fans may want to check out Ken Levine’s next game to help tide themselves over while they wait for the new BioShock game. Ken Levine is working on an original IP called Judas with his studio Ghost Story Games that looks like a version of BioShock set in space. Judas has looked impressive so far and is expected to launch at some point within the next couple of years, so hopefully fans get more details on it sooner rather than later.

BioShock Infinite is out now for PC, PS3, PS4, Switch, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

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