Let's face it: If you're a fan of BioShock 2, you probably don't want multiplayer DLC as much as single-player. Sure, the game's multiplayer aspects are fun, but the BioShock series has always been about mood and story, so fans want the DLC to follow suit. This morning, 2K games made the right move, dropping details on "Minerva's Den," single-player, story based DLC for BioShock 2.
The new content is a "self-contained narrative experience" that puts players in the role of a new character who teams up with Brigid Tenenbaum to "unravel a dictator's stranglehold on a key district in the distinctive city under the sea"
Here's a more detailed description of the new content:
"Prepare to explore Rapture Central Computing, a never-before-seen district of the undersea city, and uncover the dark secrets hidden in its founder's past. Wield new high-tech weaponry and a devastating new Plasmid to best the towering threats in Minerva's Den: more dangerous Splicers that command the power of the elements, upgraded Security Bots that throw rockets and lightning bolts, and even a never-before-seen type of Big Daddy. Developed by 2K Marin, Minerva's Den offers new twists on the story-driven experience that drew players into BioShock 2 when it launched earlier this year."
We don't have a launch date yet, but 2K does assure us that the content will be coming out on the 360, PS3 and PC versions of the game. When we hear more, we'll let you know.