Second Downloadable Content For BioShock 2 Now Available

Rapture DLC for Bioshock 2The Second Downloadable Content for the critically acclaimed BioShock 2 is now available for purchase at both the Xbox LIVE Marketplace for the Xbox 360 Video Game Console and the Sony PlayStation Network for the Sony PlayStation 3, as announced by 2K Games. The Downloadable Content is entitled “Rapture Metro Pack” and is going to cost 800 Microsoft Points on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace, and 7.99 GBP at the Sony PlayStation Network. The Rapture Metro Pack will be available for the Games for Windows LIVE Marketplace at a later date at the same price.

This latest downloadable content package will extend and enhance the multiplayer experience by adding more glimpses into Bioshock 2. Downloadable Content Packages that will expand the single player experience of Bioshock 2 are expected to release over the upcoming months.

The “Rapture Metro Pack” will bring six new maps based on locations from the single player campaign of BioShock 2. In Addition to all that, two separate BioShock 2 Multiplayer Expansions have been also released by 2K Games. The first is available for free, and offers an all-new game mode entitled “Kill’em Kindly”. Kill’em Kindly is a new fast-paced experience where players must fight to the death with nothing more than golf clubs. The second is a character pack which adds two new characters to the multiplayer portion of the game for the price of 160 Microsoft Points and 1.59 GBP.

The Rapture Metro Pack is available for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE Marketplace, and for 7.99 GBP on the Sony PlayStation Network. The Package is expected to release soon for Games for Windows LIVE Marketplace at the same price.

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