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'BioShock Infinite' for half off or more for PC, Season Pass marked down too

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PC gamers that have been holding out on a good deal for BioShock Infinite may have gotten their wish Tuesday as GreenManGaming slashed the game by 50 percent and the Season Pass by 30 percent. You can even get an additional 20 percent off the first person shooter.

GreenManGaming has BioShock Infinite available for $19.99 but applying the 20 percent off voucher code "GMG20-KCDKK-H4TPB" during checkout knocks the price down further to $16. After purchase, a Steam download code will be emailed to you for your use.

Meanwhile, the Season Pass was marked down to $13.99 which is perfect timing with the upcoming episodic content. Purchasing the BioShock Infinite Season Pass grants access to the recently released Clash in the Clouds DLC and Burial at Sea - Episodes 1 and 2 which finds Booker and Elizabeth in the underwater city of Rapture just before its societal collapse and gives owners the chance to play as the heroine as well.

Unfortunately, the voucher code does not work with the Season Pass.

There is no word on when the BioShock Infinite and Season Pass discounts will end but the voucher code expires on Aug. 30.

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