Part 2 touches upon the Songbird and the Lamb of Columbia.
Irrational Games has revealed the second part of it’s pseudo-educational, investigative film series “Columbia: A Modern Day Icarus” with part 2 of the same. The fictional floating city is the setting for the upcoming FPS RPG Bioshock: Infinite, published by 2K Games and releasing for PS3, PC and Xbox 360 on March 26th.
This episode, narrated by Alistar Bloom, makes mention of the “Songbird” and “Lamb of Columbia”. Both are elements in the game, with the latter representing Elizabeth (though why she’s called this is yet to be known) while the former represents the mechanized guardian of our buxom co-protagonist who’s pissed that she’s running away.
Overly attached mechanized bird? Somebody get on that meme, stat.
Bioshock: Infinite has you playing as Booker DeWitt, a former agent who is looking to settle his debts by getting on to the floating city and bringing Elizabeth back, no questions asked. Irrational has assured us that there is connection between Infinite and past Bioshock titles.