Enjoy 5 Minutes of BioShock Infinite’s Return to Rapture


Coming soon to BioShock Infinite as part of the downloadable content season pass, the two-part Burial at Sea campaign brings players back to the underwater utopia of Rapture, where Booker and Elizabeth will star in a new storyline on the eve of the city’s collapse. It’s still unclear when exactly the first episode of Burial at Sea will be released, but with this new gameplay footage you can at least get a sneak peek at what Rapture once looked like in all its former glory, newly rebuilt from the ground up in the BioShock Infinite engine. You will see Little Sisters and Big Daddies, but not quite like you remember them from the first two games.

If you don’t mind spoiling the first five minutes of the Burial at Sea campaign, you probably won’t mind an early peek at the DLC’s new set of trophies/achievements. Episode One will offer a total of 10 new trophies/achievements, including:

    – Down in the Briney: Took a Bathysphere ride in Burial at Sea – Episode One.

    – Burial at Sea: Completed Burial at Sea – Episode One.

    – Audio Enthusiast: Collected all Audio Diaries in Burial at Sea – Episode One.

    – Fully Equipped: Purchased any two upgrades for Old Man Winter or Radar Range in Burial at Sea – Episode One.

    – Confirmed Luddite: Destroyed ten Turrets in Burial at Sea – Episode One.

    – Cook and Serve: Made 5 enemies explode with the Radar Range in Burial at Sea – Episode One.

    – Chain Reaction: Damaged fifteen foes with an exploding enemy, using the Radar Range in Burial at Sea – Episode One.

    – Break the Ice: Shattered 5 enemies who had been frozen with Old Man Winter.

    – Snowball Effect: Froze 2 enemies with the same Old Man Winter trap.

    – Going Places: Rode the tram in Burial at Sea – Episode One.

And here’s the accompanying achievement emblem artwork.

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