Watch the first five minutes of BioShock Infinite's Burial at Sea

2K Games shared the first five minutes of BioShock Infinite's Burial at Sea add-on content this morning, giving viewers a first look at the versions of Elizabeth and Booker inhabiting Rapture before the underwater haven's collapse.

Warning: there are heavy spoilers in this five-minute video!

Booker, Rapture's most reputable detective, has a familiar job in front of him — locate a girl. He seems to think the case is closed, but Elizabeth, now a femme fatale alternate of the innocent girl Booker first picks up in Columbia, thinks otherwise. As viewers follow Elizabeth out of Booker's office and down a winding stair, all of pre-fall Rapture is laid out ahead — the streets are filled with music, bubbles float up the outsides of the glass walls and we even see a score of Little Sisters, which Elizabeth seems to show particular distaste for.

Watch the video above for a look at Rapture, Infinite's heroes in new form and a chilling yet nostalgic look at one of the series' most iconic figures — a Big Daddy.

BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Part One will launch this holiday, with the second part launching next year. Read our spoiler free hands-on impressions on the DLC here.

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