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'BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea' may give series closure

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We've been eagerly awaiting more news regarding the second episode of “Burial at Sea”, BioShock Infinite's story-based DLC, since the first chapter was released last November. The first episode had players once again taking on the role of Booker DeWitt, as he and Elizabeth explored the underwater city of Rapture. Irrational Games released a behind the scenes video yesterday, where it was revealed that the upcoming chapter will offer fans closure like never before.

The main feature of the second episode is the perspective change, as players will now be controlling Elizabeth as she makes her way through the Ayn Rand-inspired city. It is still unknown what her abilities will be, and how this may affect the gameplay. We do know that Courtnee Draper and Troy Baker are reprising their roles for what appears to be the last bit of DLC for Infinite.

A number of other voice actors are also returning, including the original BioShock's Armin Shimerman and Karl Hanover, who played Andrew Ryan and Atlas respectively. Kimberly Brooks, who played Daisy Fitzroy in Infinite, is also slated to return. We don't know what role these characters will serve in “Burial at Sea”, but we may be right in assuming that this will not only offer closure for BioShock Infinite, but for the series itself.

BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea is set to release on March 25th.

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