Bioshock Infinite Burial is “pretty ambitious” for DLC, says Ken Levine will let you play as Elizabeth
Authored by Patrick Day-Childs
Earlier today we revealed two DLC packs for Bioshock Infinite, Burial at Sea, and Clash in the Clouds. It turns out you’ll actually be able to play as Elizabeth in Burial at Sea, Kotaku has found. But they don’t don’t say how they know that.
Eurogamer held an interview with Ken Levine about the DLC, he called it ambitious:
“The story takes place on New Year’s Eve, 1958, which is the night that the bombing happened in the original Rapture and the revolution started, and we were really excited, having done all the work on the population – a living, breathing population in Columbia – because Rapture was a tomb, y’know? Originally we wanted to show Rapture when it was fully alive, but do it in the context of an interesting story, not just to go back and talk about Midi-chlorians, you know? To do it in a sort of integrated way, but to tell a story we thought was important to tell with these characters as well.
For DLC it’s pretty ambitious, I think.”
We’re not going to publish the full interview, you can read it all over on Eurogamer though. It’s really interesting if you’re excited for the DLC.