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Bioshock Infinite DLC Lets You Play As Elizabeth

Posted on Tuesday, July 30 @ 09:36:43 PST by

2K and Irrational Games unveiled details on two new downloadable content packs for Bioshock Infinite, and one of them will even let you play as Elizabeth.

This first pack is combat focused and titled "Clash in the Clouds." This DLC is available today for $5 and features wave-based challenges for anyone daring to go up against several dozen handymen. You can see the trailer for Clash in the Clouds above, but the second DLC pack looks a lot more interesting and that trailer is just below.

"Burial at Sea" puts players in Elizabeth's heels and returns them to Rapture at the height of its existence. This DLC will come in two parts but it's not yet known how Elizabeth gameplay will work. The first part seems to suggest gameplay will be focused primarily on Booker, but more details will surely come as the DLC nears release.

The Bioshock Infinite Season Pass is still available for $19.99, but if you're only interested in Burial at Sea's new story gameplay, you can pick both of those packs up for $15.

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