Clouds are nice and all but the sea, the sea, that's where my heart will always be. BioShock Infinite returns to Rapture today as the first episode of its 'Burial at Sea' DLC launches, and naturally publisher 2K has released a trailer to celebrate this. Turns out Sander Cohen wasn't much of a looker before the fall of Rapture, either.
BioShock Infinite's anticipated return to Rapture will hop into a submersible on November 12, Irrational Games has announced. Burial at Sea, the first story-based downloadable content, will tell an alternate take on Booker and Elizabeth, this time as the pair inhabit the sprawling underwater mega-city from the first BioShock game.
Oh, how pretty and deeply unpleasant Rapture must have been before the underwater city erupted in civil war. We'll have to wait until the holiday season to visit it in BioShock Infinite's DLC mini-campaign Burial at Sea, but a new trailer gives a peek at some of the sights, sounds and story with the first five minutes of gameplay.
Myles Bloom and the Fact from Myth documentary series puzzledover the supposed cloud city of Columbia in the run up to BioShock Infinite's launch and, blow me down, now they're curious about Rapture. The first part of Infinite's Burial at Sea DLC must be approaching, as a new trailer delves into mysteries of the underwater city and a certain wide-eyed young lady who lived there.