The next and last bit of BioShock 2 DLC, Minerva's Den, is launching at the end of this month on August 31 for the PS3 and Xbox 360, according to 2K Marin. The long-awaited narrative-led content will make its debut at ten bucks on both those platforms and will presumably cost the same for Windows Live users when it hits the service at a "later date."
Minerva's Den sounds like a sweet piece of content. It expands on the story of BioShock 2, while at the same time opens up a new area to explore (Rapture Central Computing), hands over new weapons and a new plasmid to rip up unique Splicers, and even unveils a fresh variant of the beloved and feared Big Daddy called The Lancer.
If you've been gobbling up 2K Marin's content thus far, there's an extra special bonus included in Minerva's Den just for you. According to Joystiq's post about this announcement, owners of the Protector's Trials DLC will be given the opportunity to buy a Master Protector tonic from any Gatherer's Garden. With the tonic in equipped, harvesting times increase but so does the amount of ADAM acquired after the fact. Neat, right?