Irrational Games has taken the wraps off the first part of BioShock Infinite's Buried at Sea DLC with the release of new details and screenshots.
Set in Rapture on New Year's Eve 1958, the night on which the revolution began in the underwater city, Infinite's Burial at Sea DLC will be split into two parts; in the first, players will the resume the role of Booker, but in the second they'll play as Elizabeth.
You can check out three new screenshots above, and learn more about the DLC in this new BioShock Infinite Burial At Sea interview with creative director Ken Levine.
We also had the chance to go hands-on with the Booker section of the DLC, which sees the protagonist taking on a case to locate a missing girl named Sally. It sends Booker and Elizabeth in the direction of Rapture's favourite sociopathic artist, Sander Cohen, who plays the role of a human trafficker.
The DLC kicks off shortly after Frank Fontaine's rebellion took place. Eagle-eyed players will see newspaper headlines stating that Fontaine died in a hail of bullets and Ryan Industries has been asked by the council to take control of the dead traitor's assets.
As far as Fontaine's army of Splicers goes, Andrew Ryan's forces rounded them up and locked them in Fontaine's Department Store, which was then sunk. It's now an underwater prison filled with murderous madmen that only the desperate or insane would venture into...