Irrational Games Release New ‘Burial at Sea’ Footage

Irrational Games Release New 'Burial at Sea' Footage

Burial at Sea, the downloadable expansion to this year’s Bioshock Infinite, has received its first gameplay footage.

The DLC takes place in Rapture, the fictional city where the first Bioshock took place. The difference this time is that the city is not in shambles.

Footage, which occurs in the first five minutes, has Booker DeWitt searching with Elizabeth for a lost girl. The area shows an aristocratic society, with many of the locals speaking about topics such as ‘philosophical transcendence’. Rapture also looks beautiful, even though only a small portion of it was shown.

Other notable additions included a few lines of girls being trained to be little sisters, as well as a big daddy working outside the walls.

Burial at Sea is a two-episode adventure. The first half has you playing as Booker, while Episode Two will involve playing as Elizabeth.

You can view the gameplay footage here or check out CGMagazine’s review of Bioshock Infinite. Burial at Sea will be released for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. No launch date has been announced yet.

<div data-conversation-spotlight></div>

Latest Stories


Madden NFL 24 Preview: New AI, Animations & More

My experience with Madden NFL 24 at EA, including extensive play time of the unfinished…

Game Page Featured Unholy Inits

Unholy Preview: Blurring the Lines Between Real and Otherworldly

The Unholy Demo is coming soon and we got to take a look at the…

thumb 32EF4968 9D9A 4AB5 83BC 3DBC7C61D1A1

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (2023) Review

Despite the overreliance of nostalgia and a bland third act, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts…

The Devil Comes at Night Keeps Canadian Horror Alive

The Devil Comes at Night Keeps Canadian Horror Alive

CGMagazine spoke with The Devil Comes at Night Writer/Director Scott Leaver and Writer/Actor Adrienne…

ipad 3

Apple iPad Pro (6th gen) Review

The iPad Pro approaches overkill for the average consumer, but professional creatives may want to…