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BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea trailer

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"I must go down the sea again", wrote John Masefield. It would appear 2K has heeded the plea, as Rapture prepares to welcome us back into its watery embrace with today's launch of BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea.

In this first episodic expansion for the hugely popular BioShock Infinite, Ken Levine & Co. have brought the twisted Bio-universe back to where it all began, to the very eve of Rapture's descent into chaos. Elizabeth enlists down-and-out investigator Booker DeWitt to locate a lost girl just as a seemingly perfect society begins to fall apart.

Offering a chance to take on Big Daddies and Splicers with Infinite's arsenal, Burial At Sea looks like a promising addition to the BioShock canon. Now, would you kindly give this trailer a watch?



(Images: YouTube)

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