In the latest issue of Games for Windows Magazine, 2K Boston head honcho Ken Levine talks about what's in store for BioShock
as far as downloadable content goes and what they're already working on. Levine confirms that their studio is working on new content, but will not be adding new narrative storyline saying that "I'm not a really big fan of expanding things just by linearly adding to the experience, adding a new campaign, as much as I am of enhancing the original experience and adding replayability to that experience". Levine then goes on to say that he feels that BioShock
's overall combat can be expanded upon and that numerous plasmids were cut during development, so they could be brought back in the form of DLC.
Nobody knows when the expanded BioShock
content will land on the Marketplace or what specifically 2K Boston has planned, but what we do know is that we won't be getting our hopes up for an expanded BioShock
storyline or additional campaign missions. Though, we're simple people and would be happy with a few new plasmids.