But while we could go on for days about Burial at Sea's various revelations, from Songbird's imprinting on Elizabeth to the origins of the Big Daddy and Plasmids, it's best to keep this particular post focused on the ending. Elizabeth wakes up in the Toys section of Fontaine's Housewares Department shortly after the events of Episode 1. The after-credits scene was (I think) in essence, a callback to Bioshock 1. They didn't want loose hanging threads, and they certainly didn't want the type of ambiguity that has long permeated this iconic franchise. Can anyone clarify without being a ♥♥♥♥ what the significance of that particular little sister was? Never liked Suchong anyway. Constants and Variables. Only watch the video after you’ve completed the story DLC yourself. Wait what? Did you like the story Irrational chose to tell? More specifically, though, we want to focus on the major revelation of Burial at Sea: Episode 2 — that Elizabeth was responsible for it all. 'There's always a lighthouse. All Discussions Screenshots Broadcasts Videos News Guides Reviews BioShock Infinite > General Discussions > Topic Details. Oh and dont even say "its my opinion or I think its like because I like or hate that", please just response purely based on the DLC or evidences throughout the whole series THAT MAKE SENSE So Jack Ryan broke the cycle, like in that song? As gamers loaded up BioShock Infinite's Burial at Sea: Episode 2 DLC, they did so with a ton of expectations. I just realised this. I watched my sister play this game; I'm quite attached to Elizabeth, and I just CRIED as I watched the ending with her. After almost a decade's worth of questions, fans wanted answers. I don't get it. As you, Jack swim to the Lighthouse you see the tail sink into the water. But what did you think of Burial at Sea: Episode 2's ending? Like a gothic version of Back to the Future, Burial at Sea: Episode 2 reveals that it was Elizabeth who, in an effort to free Sally from Atlas, actually gave Atlas the activation phrase "Would You Kindly," and therefore set the events of the first BioShock in motion. Now what? Ken Levine discusses BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 1's ending Eurogamer's analysis and Levine's hints for Episode 2. Before they can shoot Elizabeth, a vision of Booker DeWitt appears and coaches her to claim she can help Atla… In fact, now having played it to completion, it may be the single most revelatory piece of content in the whole BioShock franchise. Elizabeth died to send that little sister to the surface entrance to Rapture. This pack is included in the BioShock Infinite Season Pass and will contain new Trophies. But, in doing so, Elizabeth succeeded in her mission, as Jack does eventually defeat Atlas and frees Sally from Rapture. The fact the Elizabeth found it to be incredible that behind one of the doors, was him. At the end of Burial at Sea, you see it as it falls into Rapture. I'm confused to the connections they were trying to get. Episode 2 has a heavy dissonance from the base game to the point where its ending is more concerned about Bioshock than it is about Infinite and because of that I never felt that I got closure from the side of Infninite; Elizabeth gets death and mildew, whether Anna is in the crib or not will remain un-concluisve, no last witty remarks from the lutecees, nor a wrap-up to the hallucinated Booker sub-plot. Personally, what Irrational was able to pull together fit the bill nicely as a BioShock send-off. A one-stop shop for all things video games. Kay, great. Lv?? While many games use DLC as a way to tell side stories or to add extra gameplay opportunities, the Burial at Sea DLC has thus far been as integral to the BioShock Infinite brand as the main game. So is Bioshock 2 non canon to the rest of the series or..? What, and would Booker be Atlas/Fontaine? That is, he didn't before Elizabeth came along. Like a great series finale, the DLC lets all the fan-favorite characters make one last appearance, but it smartly uses them to move the story forward. © Valve Corporation. At the same time, though, Atlas' end-goal of destroying Rapture is incomplete. Bill. Here's the place! Here’s the BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 Ending explained. BioShock Infinite. All rights reserved. I feel like I missed something. I'm rather curious at the ending implication of Jack. WHY IS THIS THE END OF THE BIOSHOCK FRANCHISE ? See, in her quest to reclaim the Little Sister named Sally, Elizabeth partakes in a fairly long series of fetch quests for Atlas. Perhaps, amongst all these universes where there's always a man, a lighthouse and a city, Jack Ryan was the only one survived it and broke the cycle. Atlas wants to take revenge on Rapture and Andrew Ryan, but has no way of getting back to that underwater utopia. If you couldn't guess, this thread has spoilers. Keen observers will put it together fairly early on and assume that the "Ace" in question is actually Jack from the first BioShock, but that shouldn't diminish the ending's impact. It takes the concept of multiple realities and uses it to wrap up the events of both BioShock Infinite and BioShock 1 in a way that makes sense for that world.