BioShock Infinite will allow players to face a god-like struggle for survival as the first DLC becomes available today for Season Pass holders which allows gamers to unlock special bonus content including concept art and more audio files by going through an arena challenge mode to the game. The first DLC is called Clash in the Clouds and will challenge players might and skill in battle. If you don’t have a Season Pass you can pick up this DLC for $5 today.
Ken Levine: “So I thought, maybe we can do something where we give the player the opportunity to just play with the full toolset, and all of the powers and upgrades and everything, and create far more challenging gameplay for them,” he said. “So with that in mind, we gathered up the people really specialized in combat on Infinite and essentially told them the gloves were off, you guys can make whatever you want.”
The next DLC to arrive will indeed expand the story of BioShock Infinite as fans were hoping and is called Burial At Sea. You will be able to play as Booker and later as Elizabeth and it will return the gameplay to BioShock’s Rapture location from earlier in the series. Levine called this a “letter to the fans” and this is obviously being announced to avoid controversy for BioShock Infinite promising story expansions, then delivering an arena battle system in the first DLC instead. Check out some more quotes from him detailing it below:
“We decided we wanted to shift things around a little bit for the third one, so the player character in the third DLC, you get to play Elizabeth and the gameplay is quite different as her. She’s not the tank that Booker is. And you’ll see how all the stories come together.”
This is originally reported on P. We’ll have our own Deputy Editor Tristan Werbe reporting how the DLC’s all fit together with the story of the game, and a much more deatiled breakdown of what to expect as he’s already defeated the title and is diving into its 1999 difficulty mode and will also be discussing its contender ship for RealGamerNewz Game of the Year 2013 against top dogs like The Last of Us and the heavily anticipated Saints Row IV and Grand Theft Auto V set to release soon this year.
Well there you have it folks, hope it ends up being worth the wait.
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