With the success of Bioshock Infinite its not strange to see new installments running the gamut. It has recently been confirmed that there will be a tabletop game for the series; probably preplanned. If you order the Songbird or Premium Edition of the game, you get a blue Handyman figure. Of course it is odd to get a miniature in a game, especially without any forewarning or explanation—now we know why. PlaidHat Games has revealed the meaning with the announcement of BioShock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia, which allows players to take arms as either the Founders or Vox Populi.
While Booker and Elizabeth won’t be the main focus of this installment, they will be wild cards that could be persuaded for either side, or become their own faction. This is definitely an exciting venture and sparks a bit of interest. Of course we will see familiar names and items from the game such as Fitzroy, Songbird, and the famed Sky-line (which will act as an asset). Even some of Elizabeth’s special skills will also appear to play a factor in the game.
The main focus of the game is obviously the fight for Columbia. That portion of the story mostly takes place outside of the main storyline of the video game. This will give us a deeper look into the mechanics of the rebellion, and if you received a Handyman figure you can give your Founders a bonus figure.