If you guys are anything like me, you played through BioShock 2, fiddled around with the multiplayer, and haven’t touched the game since. That may change in the future, however. Today 2K Games announced that BioShock 2 will be getting several breaths of fresh air from a some upcoming of single-player DLC.
The first batch of single-player DLC is dubbed the ‘Protector Trials’ pack and charge gamers with keeping your Little Sister “safe from the intense onslaught of Splicers as she gathers ADAM from corpses.”
This new DLC will feature three difficulty settings, six new maps “based on favorite locales from BioShock 2,” new unlockable “never-before-seen concept art and video, and seven new achievements.
Currently priced at $4.99, the Protector Trials DLC is slated to arrive on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on August 3.
According to 2K President Christoph Hartmann, “This is just the beginning. More single-player content is on the way that will deliver more… intense action and story-driven gameplay.”
What do you guys think about this? Are you eager to jump back into the BioShock 2 world? Is single-player DLC something you are interested in? Let us know by leaving a comment.