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Screenshots from the City in the Sky

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April 27, 2023
Bioshock Infinite, along with its DLC, took players from a city in the clouds to one under the sea. Here are some screenshots.
Screenshots from the City in the Sky
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Back in 2013 the highly anticipated next entry in the Bioshock series, Bioshock Infinite, was released and took players out of the underwater city of Rapture to Columbia, the so-called ‘city in the sky.’ The award-winning game received a two-part expansion titled Burial at Sea some months later, and these were included in the BioShock: The Collection release on more modern systems. So here are a few images from that collection captured on PlayStation 4 Pro.

For those who haven’t played the games, Bioshock is a first-person shooter that features some role-playing mechanics and is well known for having narratives that explore philosophical and moral concepts.

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