Bioshock‘s story takes players to the city of Rapture, which is chaotic by the civil war and dark scams and conspiracies. At Sea, however, as it is closely related to the city of Rapture and the characters of the first game. So in order for you to fully understand the beauty of Burial at Sea, I have to introduce the Bioshock story first.
The Bioshock plot begins on a dark day of 1960, when a commercial plane crashed and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean. The only survivor was Jack who swam into a nearby lighthouse.
Searching the lighthouse, Jack found a spherical spherical chamber and activated it. The elevator immediately sank and took Jack to a seabed city called Rapture. The audiovisual equipment inside this spherical chamber plays the message of Andrew Ryan, the founder of Rapture, welcoming passengers while on the move.
Accordingly, Rapture is a paradise built on Ryan’s vision of freedom. People here will not be limited by the barriers of censorship or ethical practices while creating. The people of Rapture will work and enjoy the fruits they deserve, but when the closet arrives, a completely different scenario takes place before Jack. A mysterious man named Atlas contacts Jack through radio and instructs him how to survive the Splicer creatures.
After Jack knew the basic way of survival and became familiar with ADAM, Plasmid, the tools that helped him with basic abilities such as fire power and fire, Atlas assigned an important task. The family of Atlas is trapped in a harbor inside Rapture, he asks Jack to go there to rescue.Andrew Ryan recognizes Jack’s presence in the city and thinks that he is a spy from outside countries. Infiltrate to usurp the secrets of Rapture’s power.
He orders his Splicer army to hunt down and destroy Jack. During his journey, Jack also met strange girls with eyes shining in the dark holding a needle called Little Sister often accompanied by a huge thick armor creature called Big Daddy.