BioShock 2 single-player DLC announced

First batch: swarm-based Protector Trials.

BioShock 2 will welcome new single-player add-on the Protector Trials on 3rd August, 2K Games has announced.

This has been developed by 2K Marin's core team and will be the first in a series of single-player BioShock 2 elongations.

In the Protector Trials you, as a Big Daddy, must repel swarms of splicers from laying their murderous mitts on your ADAM-gathering Little Sister.

It takes place on six new maps each with three difficulty levels. There are previously unseen pieces of art and videos to unlock plus several new Achievements and Trophies to collect.

The Protector Trials will cost 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live and Games for Windows Live (£3.40/€4.80). PlayStation 3 owners will pay $4.99 - no GBP or Euro price was given.

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