BioShock PS3 to get exclusive DLC

Written by Joe Martin

July 17, 2008 | 10:08

Tags: #bioshock #e3-2008 #levine #ps3

Companies: #2k-games

2K Games has announced as part of the company's E3 2008 press conference that the PlayStation 3 version of Bioshock which is currently underway will be complemented by some new platform-exclusive content.

BioShock was first released late last year for the Xbox 360 and PC platforms, scoring an excellence award and 10/10 score in our comprehensive gameplay review, as well as ranking in at Second Place in our Top Ten Games of 2007.

Though the game has long been available on the PC and Xbox 360, this is the first time the game will be available on the PlayStation 3 console.

Speaking at the E3 2008 press conference, 2K games confirmed that a PlayStation 3 port is underway and that a small team of the original developers from the 2K Boston studio have put together some new content in the form of downloadable 'Challenge Rooms'.

These Challenge Rooms will apparently be small, self-contained rooms accessible from the main menu. Each room will force the player to progress through a series of puzzles which are designed to be solved using Plasmids. The focus of these Challenge Rooms will be very much on puzzle-solving instead of combat.

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