Irrational Games Announce Two Chunks Of BioShock: Infinite DLC, One Of Which Is Available To Download Today

Irrational Games have just sent out a press release detailing the first two DLC packs for BioShock: Infinite, one of which are available as of right now.

The first pack, which is currently available to download on PC and Playstation 3 for £3.49, and on Xbox 360 for 400MSP, isn’t nothing too special. Titled Clash in the Clouds this first piece of BioShock: Infinite DLC is focused on combat, adding in a series of combat challenges across four new areas of Columbia. If you manage to complete all of the challenges and acquire all 60 Blue Ribbons in the process you’ll unlock some new voxaphones, concept art and more to admire.

Clash in the Clouds is available free to download for anyone with the Season Pass.

The second piece of DLC announced by Irrational is by far the more interesting of the two. Currently in development it is a two-part story campaign titled Burial at Sea, and focuses on Elizabeth and Booker as they journey through the underwater city of Rapture before its fall. Both of the two parts of the campaign will set you back £9.99 (1,200MSP), so to play both parts you’ll need to shell out nearly £20 (2,400MSP). Season Pass holders will get both parts for free.

“We are really excited to offer our fans the content that they have been asking for,” said Ken Levine, creative director of Irrational Games. “With Clash in the Clouds, people get a pure action experience that takes BioShock Infinite combat to its highest challenge and intensity level. With the Burial at Sea episodes, we are building a Rapture-based narrative experience that is almost entirely built from scratch.”

No release date for the Burial at Sea DLC has been announced.

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