New BioShock Infinite Xbox LIVE Avatar Items Available!

by on March 27 2013

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There are lots of ways to celebrate the launch of BioShock Infinite, and we’d like to introduce another way to get you even more excited for the release. It just so happens that a second batch of BioShock Infinite Xbox LIVE Avatar items will be available in the Xbox Live Marketplace, and trust us, this is one big batch.

Now available:

  • His and Hers Handyman Heart T-Shirt – 80 MS Points (each)

  • Founder Soldier Outfit (Male) – 240 MS Points

  • Vox Soldier Outfit (Male) – 240 MS Points

  • Boys of Silence Mask (Unisex) – 160 MS Points

  • Murder of Crows Vigor (Prop) – 240 MS Points

  • Songbird (Prop) – 240 MS Points

  • His and Hers Duke and Dimwit T-Shirt – 80 MS Points (each)

  • His and Hers Bucking Bronco T-Shirt – 80 MS Points (each)

  • Vox Hood (Unisex) – 160 MS Points

  • Fireman Toy (Prop) – 240 MS Points

  • Motorized Patriot Toy (Prop) – 240 MS Points

All these items are available today so be sure to head over to the Xbox LIVE Avatar Marketplace to get your BioShock Infinite gear now!

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  • knightcarver | March 27, 2013 4:17 pm

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    These are all very awesome :)

    Can we also get a Premium Theme and Gamer Pics. I must Infinite up my console dash!! 😀

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  • mizaun | March 28, 2013 8:11 am

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    Premium theme’s are and were cool, however the new dashboard kinda ruins it, being its hard to see any of it due to the HUGE blades on the screen. At any rate, still some cool Avatar gear, how about some codes for us to obtain said gear for being such loyal fans of the series? :)

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