After finally playing Buriat at Sea I'm just going to believe that they aren't canon. by Andrew Dyce Jul 30, 2013 During Burial at Sea Episode 2, Elizabeth treads back to Columbia. 0. SPOILERS AHEAD. Ken Levine discusses BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 1's ending Eurogamer's analysis and Levine's hints for Episode 2. Here’s the BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 Ending explained.
Either way, it’s important to know the story of Atlas and Rapture because BioShock Infinite’s downloadable add-on quest, the two-part Burial At Sea, takes you back underwater to solve a few mysteries just before the city goes to Hell, and along the way it manages to salvage Elizabeth’s character by turning her back into a regular person. The difference with Burial at Sea, Levine explained, was the amount of time and effort needed to re-create Rapture within the BioShock Infinite engine. At the end of Bioshock Infinite, Elizabeth killed off every possibility of Comstock (minus the one exception we see in BaS, whom she kills personally). I just finished up Burial at Sea Episode 1, and it was great. Outside of the gameplay and environments, there were a lot of interesting and unexpected plot developments, and I followed it for the most part - but I'm left with a couple big questions.
Maybe this is the Booker we see in the post credits of Infinite, still repeating some of the same mistakes, stuck between Booker and Comstock.
For those who played through Burial At Sea, were you satisfied with the way the ending explained the connection between Rapture and Columbia and the events that lead in Bioshock 1? I thought at the end of BioShock Infinite, Elizabeth killed all Comstocks from ever being born, ever at all. Augure. So Burial at Sea was fantastic in a lot of ways but lets take this time to investigate just a few things.... For starters...How is Elizabeth able to revisit a universe that she herself is responsible for destroying? IGN Editors Discuss the Ending of BioShock Infinite. Ken Levine discusses BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 1's ending Eurogamer's analysis and Levine's hints for Episode 2.
Codes Burial at Sea - Episode One High Street, The Watched Clock Plaza - 2076Fontaine's Department Store, Ladieswear - 0928Housewares, The Bistro at Fontaine's - 3958 Burial at Sea - …
Yet, clearly the Booker of Burial At Sea is a Comstock. Burial at Sea Plot Questions [SPOILERS] nsfw. Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea = I got the explanation! I just finished up Burial at Sea Episode 1, and it was great. "We had a choice. Just completed the Burial at Sea DLC for Bioshock Infinite for the first time, and I loved it. Deciphering the BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two ending, why it's perfect for BioShock Lydia Sung - Tuesday, April 1, 2014 5:01am (PST) Like (1) Share (1) In the Burial at Sea DLC, these replace the Vigors in Bioshock Infinite. Follow 3.
Ken Levine helps explain 'BioShock: Infinite's upcoming DLC, talking story, characters, and why 'Burial At Sea' was a story that needed to be told. BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 spoilers ahead! So much from the DLC feels like they just want to force new story elements to the games and it just ruins the ending of Infinite and tries to screw with the already perfect story of Bioshock 1. Only watch the video after you’ve completed the story DLC yourself. Available on Xbox 360, PS3, PC (version tested) It turns out that not having had time to play Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode One when it … It will be included as part of the BioShock Infinite … There's still too much left unanswered, this being the first part. The twist and revelation was awesome.
Assuming you've played the first DLC, it's a continuation of that and the previous Infinite storyline, with aspects which both tie in and tie together the BioShock series. Elizabeth leads Booker through several lighthouses, including one which contains Rapture, a city which existed in the first two BioShock … There are total of 5 plasmids in the DLC and all bar one mirror a vigor in the main game. I thought at the end of BioShock Infinite, Elizabeth killed all Comstocks from ever being born, ever at all. Didn't the base-game's story eliminate the possibility of Columbia ever existing?