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'BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode 2' trailer plays mind games

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Irrational Games released a three-minute preview trailer Tuesday for BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two. Aside from a lengthy title, the trailer also provides some heavy spoilers for those that haven't played the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC DLC yet.

"See the world through the eyes of Elizabeth after the dramatic events of Burial at Sea - Episode One as she continues her journey through Rapture in an effort to rescue Sally," the official description reads. "Explore new areas of Rapture built almost entirely from scratch in the BioShock Infinite engine."

That's the spoiler-free explanation. Everything below will feature major potential spoilers.

The trailer confirms that Atlas, aka Frank Fontaine, from the original BioShock makes a return in Burial at Season -Episode Two and appears to need Elizabeth's help after being dropped to the depths of the ocean by Andrew Ryan. More curiously, Booker makes a haunting return following an ending to Episode One that should have left him pushing up daisies.

A release date for Burial at Season - Episode Two has not been announced yet but it will be available as part of the $19.99 Season Pass.

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