Bioshock Infinite's DLC Takes Us Back To Rapture

We return to Rapture int he first DLC episode for Bioshock Infinite

After the wild ride that was Bishock Infinite I was eagerly awaiting the inevitable DLC announcement.

My mind swam with possibilities: Would we play as Daisy Fitzroy as she fought to start a revolution? Or perhaps as Comstock as he battled to start his own utopia. No - we're still Booker, but this time we're going back to where it all began: Rapture.

In the first DLC episode, Buried at Sea we play as Booker DeWitt once again, with the help of the mysterious Elizabeth in Rapture during what looks like the height of Rapture's culture. 

The trailer has a palpable film noir aura, which leads me to hope for a cool old school mystery type scenario. I don't know about everyone else, but I'm really excited to pop this in and explore Rapture once again.

What do you guys and gals think of the reveal? Were you hoping for more Columbia, or is Rapture the place you want to explore? Sound off in the comments down below and maybe you and I will go somewhere beyond the sea - but don't get any ideas. Perverts.

Published Jul. 30th 2013
  • Stephen Johnston
    I think Rapture is great for a DLC. Columbia would be more of the same. Rapture is old, but can be fresh again. This DLC sounds like a good mix of old and familar, but the ability to go in new directions, which should be very cool for fans and will keep the DLC from feeling like you are just running one more mission with Booker and Elizabeth.

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