The $20 three-part season’s pass you bought for Bioshock Infinite before knowing what DLC it included begins today with a horde mode called Clash in the Clouds. I like a good horde mode as much as the next guy. Heck, probably more than the next guy! But the disappointingly vanilla gunplay, aptly portrayed on the horrible “Booker Dewitt and his trusty shotgun” box art, is one of the last reasons I’d want to go back to Columbia. Frankly, I’d just as soon go back into the Protector Trials for Bioshock 2.
Fortunately, the rest of the season’s pass consists of single-player story stuff, which is probably why you were into Bioshock Infinite. Parts one and two of Burial at Sea will be available at dates yet to be determined. Each part is its own installment in the three-part season’s pass you bought before knowing what it included. It’s hard to believe this is from the same publisher whose Borderlands 2 season’s pass was such a great deal.
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