2K and Irrational have announced that BioShock Infinite’s Burial at Sea Episode One DLC will hit Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on November 12th.
The episode will cost $14.
99, or is included free for anyone who already purchased the BioShock Infinite Season Pass.
As Irrational previously announced, Burial at Sea Episode One sees Booker and Elizabeth exploring the city of Rapture the night before its fall and includes new weapons and a new Plasmid.
Episode One marks the second add-on in Infinite’s Season Pass, following the Clash in the Clouds combat DLC that came out earlier this year.
Irrational is currently working on Episode Two, which will let you play as Elizabeth for the first time.
For much more on Burial at Sea Episode One, be sure to read our hands-on impressions, p...
Burial at Sea Episode 1 is dated for November 12, and the second piece of BioShock Infinite DLC will be available to download on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC for $14.
99 (or as part of the season pass).
A friendly reminder, citizen: This is the first episode of the two-part Burial at Sea saga, and the second currently-in-development episode remains without a date or release window.
It's tough to go deep (ho ho ho) into Burial at Sea without spoilers, but if you can take a modicum of spoilage, check out our video preview of Booker's underwater undertaking.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Go Back to Rapture with BioShock® Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode 1 Available for Download Starting November 12
Return to Rapture in a story that brings Booker and Elizabeth...
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Namco Bandai has announced Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Premium Edition is coming to Steam and PSN later today, October 25.
99 / €19.
99 on Steam and £15.
99 / €19.
99 on PSN, this version of the game comes with all the DLC, including the Pigsy's Perfect 10 game and the Ninja Monkey, Classic Monkey and Sexy Tripp enhancement skins.
A launch trailer has also been created to celebrate the re-emergence of Ninja Theory's 2010 action-adventure game, which you can check out below.
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