After exploring civil war of skyborne Columbia, this first episode of a two part DLC set sees the series returning to submerged Rapture. Playing as alternate versions of Booker and Elizabeth, the DLC is one squarely aimed at fans. Set shortly before the Rapture civil war, Booker is made an offer he cannot refuse in his search for his missing daughter. However, despite sounding like a very familiar beginning for these characters, they’re soon sent tumbling down a different rabbit hole.
Despite returning to the setting of the original games, thetitle is still very much BioshockInfinite with many core design elements remaining. Elizabeth still lobsconsumables at you, the resuscitation method is identical, there’s even the oddskyrail, but many have been tweaked in some way in a response to criticism.While still linear, the areas have been opened up somewhat allowing players towander about the art deco noir landscape of the seabed city. Furthermore, forthe first time ammo feels genuinely scarce. Rather than lugging enough bulletsto equip a small regiment, you’re left scrambling to find enough to keepfighting.