Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode Two launches, gets a new trailer

bioshock-burial-sea-2-bannerIt’s been a long, strange trip, hasn’t it?  After five years of development, a handful of delays, and untold hours spent debating what it all meant, we’ve reached the end of Bioshock Infinite.  With today’s release of Burial at Sea Episode Two, the story of Bioshock Infinite, and of the studio that made it, has ended.  Read on to check out the launch trailer.

The launch trailer was posted earlier today on the official Irrational Games website.  While it wisely avoids any major spoilers, it does set a rather dark and foreboding tone.  Anyone hoping for a happy ending to the story won’t be reassured by this trailer.  Elizabeth’s business in the underwater city of Rapture is far from resolved, and things are looking decidedly bleak.  Check out the trailer below.

So that’s it. The last Bioshock trailer we’ll be seeing for long time. While the franchise will undoubtedly be continued at some point, this is the last we’ll see of Bioshock while still in the hands of those who created it. Burial at Sea Episode Two is now available for download on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. On its own, the DLC will set you back $15. If you have yet to purchase any of the post-launch content for Bioshock Infinite, you can still buy the game’s season pass for $20, which gets you both episodes of Burial at Sea, Clash in the Clouds, and a number of other goodies.

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Joe was born in a time of war. A console war. Two electronic titans were locked in a heated battle for the living rooms of America. Which titans, you ask? Well, the Fairchild Channel F and the Atari 2600 of course. You see, Joe is old. So many of his favorite games tend to be on the older side as well. But that hasn’t stopped him from developing unhealthy obsessions with such modern franchises as Halo and Mass Effect. Just don’t tell him how long it’s been since the original Metroid was released. His aging heart can’t take the shock.

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