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Finally we get some single-player DLC for Bioshock 2 after the two multiplayer add-ons earlier this year. Out August 3rd for the surprise price of 400 MS Points or £3.43, The Protector Trials features new missions over six maps that focus on protecting your Little Sister from hordes of Splicers as she harvests ADAM – yep it’s more of that part of the game. Luckily, your powered up Big Daddy will be on hand to fulfil his escort duties. President of 2K Christoph Hartmann had this to say: “The team at 2K Marin has been working hard ever since the launch of BioShock 2 to develop ways for gamers to extend their time in the single-player world of Rapture. I’m proud to announce the first of these experiences, the Protector Trials, which takes players back to some of their favourite places from the original game and features some of the biggest challenges that fans of this series have ever experienced.” But don’t worry if you’re turning your nose up at the thought of more escort missions, because Hartmann claimed that more single-player DLC is on the way in the coming months. I may hold off until then before I jump back into Bioshock 2 even though I did quite enjoy playing the bouncer for the Little Sisters. Because after the umpteenth time of doing it, I began to loath the idea. Still, Bioshock 2 proved me wrong and turned out to be a great game so maybe this DLC will do the same. Maybe?