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Irrational Games switches focus to the next ‘BioShock’ title instead of more DLC

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Irrational Games won’t be making any more DLC for BioShock Infinite as the developer will instead begin planning the future of the franchise. Ken Levine, creative director at Irrational Games, confirmed on Jan 31 that BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 will be the last piece add-on released for the game. It was then revealed that the studio’s time will be restructured away from BioShock: Infinite in an effort to work on future installments.

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Will this be the last DLC for Infinite? At this stage, we need to focus on the future, so I think yes.

The first trailer of the second DLC pack for BioShock: Infinite was released earlier this week. Levine commented on his Twitter account on Friday that the released date for the add-on would be announced soon. It was also revealed that Irrational Games is adding several new gameplay mechanics to the upcoming DLC. Details on these new mechanics, however, have not yet been publically discussed.

A continuation of the game’s first add-on, Burial at Sea Episode 2 resumes the exploration of the underwater city of Rapture which served as the setting of the first two BioShock games.

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