BioShock 2 drops subtitle

Sea of Dreams evaporates.

2K Games has snipped the subtitle Sea of Dreams from BioShock 2.

There's no explanation, according to Kotaku. Perhaps the acronym "SOD" proved unfavourable.

Earlier this week we found out that BioShock 2 casts players as the very first Big Daddy. He can inject plasmids, however, and will choose between protecting or harvesting Little Sisters: girls stolen from nearby coastal towns by new evil-doer, the Big Sister.

BioShock 2, we know, will also feature multiplayer, although any further details are absent.

We recently flew out to 2K Marin to see BioShock 2. Our thoughts are embargoed for a few more weeks.

2K Games aims to launch BioShock 2 on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC later this year.

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