The first-person shooter video game BioShock Infinite was created by Irrational Games and released by 2K Games. For the Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and OS X platforms, Infinite, the third BioShock game, was released globally in 2013.
The year is 1912, and Booker DeWitt, the game’s protagonist, is sent to the aerial metropolis of Columbia to rescue a little girl named Elizabeth who is being held captive.
Elizabeth is saved by Booker, and the two become embroiled in a struggle for power between the rebel Vox Populi, who represent the city’s working class, and the Founders, a group of nativists who control Columbia.
Booker and Elizabeth learn that Elizabeth is crucial to the dark mysteries of Columbia because she has the power to control the “Tears” that are destroying the city.
Throughout the entire game, the player controls Booker Dewitt, who engages in combat and scavenges for supplies while Elizabeth, who is controlled by AI, offers support.
Booker DeWitt lands in Columbia in July 1912. Authorities from Columbia are after him in the city because they see him as a foretold “False Shepherd” who will corrupt Elizabeth and topple Columbia.
Booker almost avoids The Songbird, who is holding Elizabeth captive after he frees her from her tower.
Booker offers to take Elizabeth to Paris while piloting an airship, but when she learns they are actually traveling to New York City to pay off Booker’s debts, she knocks him out.
When Booker awakens, Daisy Fitzroy is in charge of the airship and is willing to give it back provided Booker assists her in arming the Vox Populi.
Elizabeth and Booker work together to buy weapons from a nearby gunsmith. They enter a world through Tears where Booker has become a martyr for the Vox Populi and open combat has broken out in Columbia.
Fitzroy is killed by Elizabeth in order to stop her from beheading a Founder kid. When the pair tries to escape Columbia once more, Songbird attacks them, and their airship crashes back into the city.
Elizabeth and Booker uncover a plot underlying the creation of the city: Elizabeth is Comstock’s adoptive daughter, and he wants to prepare to take over Columbia after his passing.
Comstock killed his wife and the Luteces to conceal the truth and had them construct a Siphon to reduce Elizabeth’s influence in her tower. The Songbird captures Elizabeth once more.
As Columbia strikes New York City, Booker pursues her and is sent back in time by an aged Elizabeth to 1984.
In an effort to save her younger self and undo the pain and indoctrination she experienced, this Elizabeth sends Booker back in time to 1912 with knowledge of how to manage the Songbird.
Elizabeth is saved by Booker, and the two follow Comstock to his airship. Comstock presses Booker to tell her about Elizabeth’s past as the two dispute; a furious Booker then submerges Comstock in a baptismal font.
Elizabeth claims that Booker just forgot about her past, despite Booker’s denials to the contrary. In order to unleash Elizabeth’s full potential, Booker and Elizabeth command the Songbird to destroy the Siphon.
They are taken to the underwater city of Rapture after Elizabeth opens a Tear. Elizabeth says that there are innumerable different lighthouses and iterations of both Booker and herself; based on their decisions, their reality might be any of an unlimited number.
She demonstrates how Robert Lutece approached Booker on Comstock’s behalf in order to obtain Anna DeWitt, Booker’s infant daughter, in exchange for canceling Comstock’s debts because Comstock was left infertile as a result of going through the Tears.
Despite Booker’s best efforts, the closing Tear cut Anna’s finger when she was trying to return to Comstock. Elizabeth, the daughter Comstock raised as his own, was the basis of Anna’s capacity to produce Tears; her severed finger permitted her to exist in two realities at once.
Intense over Comstock’s activities, Robert Lutece persuaded Rosalind to assist him in bringing Booker to the reality where Columbia exists in order to save Elizabeth.
As the Luteces have enlisted the Bookers of multiple different alternate realities to try to halt the cycle, Elizabeth explains that Comstock will always live on in those alternate universes.
Elizabeth takes Booker back in time to a baptism he attended in the hopes of atoning for the sins he committed at Wounded Knee; she explains that, while Booker changed his mind, some Bookers in alternate universes accepted the baptism and were reborn as Zachary Comstock.
Elizabeth explains that stopping Comstock requires interfering in his birth. Elizabeths from other realities have now joined Booker at the baptism, and Booker permits them to drown him when he chooses, ending Comstock’s life.
The Elizabeths start to vanish one by one, with the last Elizabeth’s screen going black. In a post-credits sequence, a Booker wakes up on October 8, 1893, in his apartment. Before the screen goes black, he shouts out for Anna and unlocks the door to her room.
Everything begins when enemy Zachary Comstock is overtaken by Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth on their airship. Here, we see a scene from the Bible that was intended to brainwash Elizabeth.
Then Comstock grabs her and demands that she ask DeWitt about her finger. When Booker notices this, he attacks him right away. Elizabeth doesn’t appear persuaded by DeWitt’s claims that he doesn’t know anything about the finger.
Elizabeth Gains All the Power
After Siphon is destroyed, Elizabeth regains whole control over her abilities and transports DeWitt to Rapture.
Once there, she leads him through a doorway to the lighthouses so that DeWitt can better comprehend the situation and demonstrate the actions that must be taken in order to further the common good.
They both ascend to the top, where Elizabeth unlocks the original lighthouse door to expose a multitude of additional lighthouses that lead to a variety of potential realities. You have now achieved the game’s conclusion.
However, you must be familiar with the multiverse hypothesis, which has always been an element of the game’s storyline. This is nothing more than a number of alternate realities that contain both things that are real and those that are possible.
DeWitt is informed by her that it involves numerous variables and constants that are crucial to comprehend the conclusion. DeWitt recognizes the entrance Elizabeth uses as one he used roughly 20 years ago as she leads him through another door.
Elizabeth then guides him through a different door, demonstrating that DeWitt genuinely is aware of what happened to Elizabeth’s finger.
All of this demonstrates how Comstock used a tear to flee with DeWitt’s kid, gave her a new name, and reared her as Elizabeth, who was really named Anna.
If you pay great attention, you’ll realize that the primary plot of the novel is DeWitt being brought to Columbia so he can see his fully grown daughter.
DeWitt now uses Songbird to demolish the Monument Island Siphon in order to establish his authority.
Songbird becomes unhinged during this procedure and tries to assault DeWitt. Elizabeth comes to his aid and causes Songbird to die by opening a tear to stop him in his tracks.
A Disrupted World
Near the end, DeWitt is once more at the historic baptism, when several incarnations of Elizabeth or Anna show up. At this point, he understands that he is not only himself but also Comstock.
DeWitt is drowned in the river by three different versions of Elizabeth, although he doesn’t seem to be resisting and appears to pass away. All but one of Elizabeth’s various incarnations begin to fade away as the screen turns black.
However, it is unclear whether she is still alive or if she vanished after the camera retreated. Regarding the post-credit sequence, it might imply that DeWitt is still alive and that the event is real, or that Elizabeth is simply making the universe disappear in her head.