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BioShock Infinite Burial At Sea sneak peek

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There's not much we can say to about the ending of BioShock Infinite without spewing spoilers, so in the interest of all those gamers who somehow avoided playing 2K's masterpiece, we'll keep this brief.

The latest expansion for Infinite slips back beneath the waves into the twisted world of Rapture - placing Booker DeWitt in Andrew Ryan's playground before everything went terribly wrong. As to why that's possible, and why it's an exciting new chapter in the BioShock world, we just can't say.

Here are the first five minutes of the most exciting expansion pack we've ever seen.

(Images: 2K)

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