With the arrival of BioShock Infinite’s “Burial At Sea” DLC came the potential of a revival of one of gaming’s most iconic locales, Rapture.
This game reminds us of Bioshock’s Rapture which was very similar to this new version and in that an alternative universe version of Booker Dewitt is working as a down-on-his-luck private investigator.
A woman who is a version of Elizabeth is looking for a missing girl whose name is Sally and Booker tries to convince her that she is dead but still she persuades him to take off into a pre-civil war Rapture to find that girl.
Episode 1 is a fairly straightforward continuation of what was introduced in BioShock Infinite. A new weapon, the Radar Range, a new plasmid and an Old Man Winter are being introduced to the players with the story DLC. Old Man Winter provides players with the ability to turn enemies into icicles and then ultimately smashes them to pieces. It is pretty self explanatory.
Announced in October, the BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode 1 DLC is available for download globally right now on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Windows PC.
The first episode is made available to the players at a price of $14.99 and by putting five extra dollars they can purchase the season pass for $19.99.
The $35 payable content that includes both Burial at Sea episodes and Clash in the Clouds, which is the first add-on pack come along with the Season Pass and it is available for all platforms.
The first episode’s mind-bending conclusion practically demands the second chapter release sooner. Episode 2 is currently in development and there’s no word on a launch date for Episode 2.