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Tuesday, 04 November 2008 09:29

BioShock getting Challenge Rooms

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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On 20th of November for £6.29

 

2K Games announced that Bioshock Challenge Rooms will cost £6.29 (€7.80) when it launches on the 20th of November. Challenge Rooms will come as a single pack, will be exclusive to PS3 and you can purchase them via the PlayStation store once launched.

The rooms offer approximately an hour of game play, but since it's built to be re-playable, you’ll probably be playing it for longer. The scenarios in question will comprise of difficult tasks that have to be achieved using limited resources.

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