BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 trailer revealed

Includes a major returning character. Spoilers!

UPDATE #2 1.05PM The trailer is now live.

UPDATE 11.23AM We've been told that the video isn't quite ready to be made public yet so we've removed it at 2K's request - it'll be back very shortly.

ORIGINAL STORY 10.53AM Spoilers below for BioShock, BioShock Infinite and Burial at Sea Episode 1.

The first trailer for BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 has surfaced online and reveals the return of a major character from BioShock 1.

The villainous Atlas - aka Frank Fontaine - will play a major role in the DLC's second chapter, along with a somehow back-from-the-dead Booker DeWitt.

Burial at Sea Episode 1 ended on the shock reveal of Elizabeth murdering DeWitt, as he was revealed to be another version of BioShock Infinite villain Comstock.

Confused? Our BioShock: Burial at Sea ending analysis piece - with insight from BioShock creator Ken Leveine - should get you back up to speed.

Episode 2 will conclude the tale and see players now control Elizabeth.

There's still no release date for the DLC, although the game's Season Pass promised that all included packs would be released by 31st March. Let's hope we don't have to wait that long.

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