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Columbia appears as a stage in ''VideoGame/PlaystationAllStarsBattleRoyale'' along with the original ''[=BioShock=]'''s Big Daddy as a playable character.

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Columbia appears as a stage in ''VideoGame/PlaystationAllStarsBattleRoyale'' ''VideoGame/PlayStationAllStarsBattleRoyale'' along with the original ''[=BioShock=]'''s Big Daddy as a playable character.


Multiple {{DLC}}s have been released, the most notable one being the two-parter arc, titled ''"Burial at Sea"''. Acting as a WhatIf scenario, the plot follows an alternate Booker and Elizabeth who meet under different circumstances to the core game: instead of Columbia, the duo meets in the underwater city of Rapture from ''VideoGame/BioShock1'' and ''VideoGame/BioShock2''. The arc was first released in November 2013, with the conclusion following in March 2014. The trailer for ''Part One'' can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-M5Tbos3M1g here]]. Note that the ''Part Two'' trailer is built on [[LateArrivalSpoiler spoilers]] if you haven't finished the main game and the first part; nevertheless, it can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUQsbEO0bGw here]] at your own risk.

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Multiple {{DLC}}s have been released, the most notable one being the two-parter arc, titled ''"Burial at Sea"''. Acting as a WhatIf scenario, the plot follows an alternate Booker and Elizabeth who meet under different circumstances to the core game: instead of Columbia, the duo meets in the underwater city of Rapture from ''VideoGame/BioShock1'' and ''VideoGame/BioShock2''. The arc was first released in November 2013, with the conclusion following in March 2014. The trailer for ''Part One'' can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-M5Tbos3M1g here]]. Note that the ''Part Two'' trailer is built on [[LateArrivalSpoiler spoilers]] if you haven't finished the main game and the first part; nevertheless, it can be viewed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUQsbEO0bGw here]] at your own risk.


->''"You can picture happy gatherings''\\
'''Round the fireside long ago,''\\
''And you think of tearful partings''\\
''When they left you here below.''\\


->''Will the circle be unbroken''\\
''By and by, by and by?''\\
''Is a better home a-waiting''\\
''In the sky, in the sky?"''
-->-- '''Elizabeth''', "Will the Circle Be Unbroken"

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->''"You can picture happy gatherings''\\
'''Round
->''"The mind of the fireside long ago,''\\
''And you think of tearful partings''\\
''When they left you here below.''\\


->''Will the circle be unbroken''\\
''By and by, by and by?''\\
''Is a better home a-waiting''\\
''In the sky, in the sky?"''
subject will desperately struggle to create memories where none exist..."''
-->-- '''Elizabeth''', "Will the Circle Be Unbroken"
'''R. Lutece''', ''Barriers to Trans-Dimensional Travel,'' 1889


''[=BioShock Infinite=]'' is the third game in the ''VideoGame/BioShock'' series, taking place in 1912.

Booker [=DeWitt=] is a washed-up ex-PinkertonDetective whose gambling debts catch up to him and force him to accept [[OneLastJob one final chance]] to wipe the slate clean. He finds himself sent to Columbia, [[FloatingContinent a floating city]] that was once the pride of the United States before it went rogue and became a sovereign city. There, he must extract a young woman named Elizabeth and bring her unharmed to his {{Mysterious Employer}}s in New York.

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''[=BioShock Infinite=]'' is the third game in the ''VideoGame/BioShock'' series, taking place released in 1912.

2013.

The year is 1912.
Booker [=DeWitt=] is a washed-up ex-PinkertonDetective whose gambling debts catch up to him and force him to accept [[OneLastJob one final chance]] to wipe the slate clean. He finds himself sent to Columbia, [[FloatingContinent a floating city]] that was once the pride of the United States before it went rogue and became a sovereign city. There, he must extract a young woman named Elizabeth and bring her unharmed to his {{Mysterious Employer}}s in New York.


A {{prequel}} novel called ''BioShock Infinite: Mind In Revolt'' was released in 2013.

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A {{prequel}} novel called ''BioShock ''[=BioShock=] Infinite: Mind In Revolt'' was released in 2013.


->[-''God only knows what I'd be without you...''-]

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->[-''God ->''God only knows what I'd be without you...''-]you....''


->[--''God only knows what I'd be without you...''--]

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->[--''God ->[-''God only knows what I'd be without you...''--]''-]

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A {{prequel}} novel called ''BioShock Infinite: Mind In Revolt'' was released in 2013.


->''God only knows what I'd be without you...''

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->''God ->[--''God only knows what I'd be without you...''''--]


->''[--God only knows what I'd be without you...--]''

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->''[--God ->''God only knows what I'd be without you...--]''''


->''God only knows what I'd be without you..''

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->''God ->''[--God only knows what I'd be without you..''you...--]''


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->''God only knows what I'd be without you..''


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