BioShock goes epically episodic

Subject: General Tech | July 31, 2013 - 03:52 PM |
Tagged: bioshock infinite, clash in the clouds, burial at sea, dlc, episode 3

The BioShock Infinite DLC which was released yesterday may not intrigue all players as it is mostly Challenge based, gifting you with a variety of in game achievements for completing certain takedowns and combos though the addition of new maps could well attract many.  It is the upcoming Burial At Sea which is attracting attention as it takes place on that fateful New Years Eve which began the decline of Rapture into which we were dropped into during the original game. Instead of the in game clues which told the story of the fall of the underwater utopia of Rapture you will get to play through the actual events as Booker Dewitt, Private Eye.  Hopefully they will not follow the Valve School of Episode releases and we will see releases on a tight schedule.  Check out both trailers at Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN or click below to see the teaser for Burial at Sea.

"So, as guessed by people paying attention to Ken Levine last night, there’s to be BioShock: Infinite DLC. What a surprise. What’s more of a surprise is that one bit is out today. That is Clash In The Clouds, and is a bunch of challenges. Below you’ve got a trailer for that, and a teaser for something called Burial At Sea, which will be a new campaign set in Rapture"

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July 31, 2013 | 04:59 PM - Posted by Branthog

As someone dumb enough to get the season pass (why wouldn't I want all the Bioshock I could get?!), I am pretty disappointed that the first of four pieces of DLC is just a bunch of challenges built around the least interesting part of the game. There is absolutely no way I would ever bother to touch this first DLC. What's weird is that it took them about six months to release this . . . I could understand that for a whole new story chunk that required more art creation and voice acting and motion capture, but . . . a single player arena battler?!

I also wonder if they're going to hit their due-date for the rest of the DLC. It took them close to six months to release the first part and they have eight months in which to release the next three (the Season Pass states that all four pieces of DLC will be available as single pieces by March or April).

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