This trailer gives you the first look at the new DLC which sees Booker DeWitt in Rapture during its prime. You might say he's gone off the rails this time.
You might, if you aren't smart enough to come up with a better joke. And I'm not.
also... dat Johnny Mathis..
Meh. I would just as well see more Columbia and its crazy Sky Mormons first. I wish they saved this for later DLC. I like the idea of going back to Rapture and love doing a whole pulp detective thing. Yet I wonder if that's what they should have done leading right out the gate.
Well, I already pre-ordered the DLC while in the warm glow of just playing Infinite. So I'm in for what Levine and company cook up no matter what.
I don't know why, but the flames in a pressurized underwater facility always bugged me about the first two Bioshocks, and the dlc trailer brought that back.
This is DLC worth it's wait in salts. Love the noir vibe, and the tone. Just hope that a stray bullet breaks the glass, and a Rosie's got to come in and fix it.
Okay, as damn fun as looks & will no doubt be (especially since it's going to involve a playable Elizabeth), I still have to say...
*WARNING: SPOILERS FOR INFINITE FOLLOW*
...wouldn't just the mere news of this DLC spoil a bit of Infinite's ending? Namely the revelation that the are an infinite number of BioShock universes, including one involving Rapture, & multiple Bookers & Elizabeths? Again, it looks great, but it still seems like a bit of a dick move.
Also, I'm kind of annoyed that we didn't get DLC that filled in more of Infinite's story as well, including the stories of Daisy Fitzroy, Preston Down, & especially, the Songbird, who...
...waaaait a second...Fink sees Big Daddy plans through one of Elizabeth's rips, thus establishing link to Rapture, we know Columbia has access to people & things from other realities Songbird is a protector of Elizabeth, is human, probably has some connection to her...is the Songbird the Booker from Rapture?? Oh ho, Levine, you tricky bastard...
...there's a seaman/semen joke in here somewhere...
You know what? I think alternate universes are so common in games, people can just write it off. Plus early on we know there are alternate realities within the tears. While playing, we just don't know how far down that rabbit hole the game will go and where you will end up in the end. To people who haven't played it, this should just come out as Irrational going back to their first game to milk Rapture's popularity. Though if you play Infinite, you know there might be much much more to it. I am almost hesitant to see where they are going with this because of all the crazy pime taradoxes and alt world jumping they may do.
Guy that works on docks: Every time each day the ships come in, with their hauls of crabs, can't get to the other end of the dock. I am just buried in semen here.
@earthmanprime @Gallen_Dugall Being buried in seamen is an appropriate climax to a long, hard day in a fish-scented tunnel.
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