Levine ponders BioShock DLC

Wants to add replay value.

Ken Levine has been dropping hints about the direction 2K Boston might take with BioShock's downloadable content.

Speaking to Games for Windows Magazine in Americaland, Levine cited Diablo II as "a great model for an expansion, because it enhanced the original game, but also extended the game, too".

As you might imagine, he's not keen on the idea of dumping in new levels, and admits he's "confused as far as how to expand the narrative experience", and says instead that he's a fan of "enhancing the original experience and adding replayability to that experience".

So, new plasmids then? Could be. We'd like a post-completion toggle to help us find all the diary recordings, personally. What about you, Eurogamers?

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