BioShock 2 Puts You in the Shoes of a Big Daddy


The first information on BioShock 2 has come from the latest issue of GameInformer. Gamers will be put it in control off the first ever Big Daddy. You’ll get your basic drill, weapons and upgrades, and of course, plasmids.

You’ll be able to steal Little Sisters from other Big Daddies, choosing to either adopt or harvest them for ADAM. However, adopting htem will allow you to get ADAM from corpses with their help.

Other details surfaced, but have not yet been confirmed. Check those out below.

  • The game is set 10 years after the first BioShock.
  • There will be a multiplayer mode, but no details were given.
  • The Big Sister is a grown-up Little Sister, and she’s hunting you.
  • Some levels take place on the sea floor outside of Rapture.
  • The Big Sister will periodically pop up after you kill enough Big Daddies. Her arrival is apparently signaled by a Little Sister singing a song.
  • The Big Sister is described as fast and “the hardest thing in the game.” She’ll utilize telekinesis to throw objects at you or use them as shields.
  • Your drill overheats, and cannot be used constantly.
  • As a Big Daddy, you’ll be able to do that nifty shoulder bash move.
  • Upgrade trees are now more diverse.
  • The Incinerate plasmid allows you to throw a fireball or shoot a stream of fire, depending on upgrades.
  • Using Incinerate on a Cyclone Trap will result in a flaming trap.
  • You can now heal damaged turrets and bots.
  • The game will reveal how Adam is recovered from Little Sisters.

Actual BioShock 2 Details: You Are Big Daddy [ShackNews]

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