BioShock: Burial At Sea Ep 2 Launch Trailer Takes Elizabeth Back To Hell

BioShock: Burial At Sea Ep 2 Launch Trailer Takes Elizabeth Back To Hell

What's more important? Your part in the play, or the play itself?

BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 launches right about now, and to kick things off with a bang here's a launch trailer that poses one simple question: what's more important to Elizabeth? Her part in the play, or the play itself? She's caught between Atlas and Ryan, but that's not the only thing going wrong for her. It's starting to look like hell, down there in the dark, with nothing but Daddies and scary little children for company.

Ken Levine's already said this one will involve pretty much every major character from both the original BioShock and BioShock Infinite; all your old friends and enemies, like a high school reunion several fathoms down, where everyone's gone crazy and has magic powers. It's the conclusion to BioShock Infinite's story, which is just as well since Irrational Games as we know it is also coming to a close.

Ken Levine's team has done some brilliant work with this franchise, and now the time's come to see it through to the end. Whatever that end may be ...

Source: Irrational Games

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Sah-weeeet.

What with the general slow down accompanying the console generation transition, this has been just about the only thing on my radar that I'm looking forward to. Been holding off on playing part one so I could enjoy a double binge.

Man, ol' Liz looking grim as all hell, eh?

Okay, now I'm really looking forward to this game. Poor Elizabeth, though, having gone through hell and back so often I'm worried about her mental and emotional state. Hopefully both she and Booker will finally get their happy ending...

CrazyGirl17:
Okay, now I'm really looking forward to this game. Poor Elizabeth, though, having gone through hell and back so often I'm worried about her mental and emotional state. Hopefully both she and Booker will finally get their happy ending...

Well, seeing as she's started seeing and talking to dead people, I think it's safe to say her mental state is toast.

How did I miss this? I had no idea this was coming out, and if I hadn't seen it here, I still wouldn't know. There's been absolutely no hype for this. Maybe it's because Reaper of Souls overshadowed it, but since I can't play that one, this DLC is must more exciting to me. Will be picking up a card tomorrow.

 

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