The story of BioShock Infinite revolves around Booker’s initial attempts to locate Elizabeth, their subsequent journey through Columbia together, and a heartbreaking conclusion. Booker will fight through any obstacles or enemies in his path using Columbia’s technology and Elizabeth’s assistance.
In contrast to the previous two games, Booker’s moral choices all lead to the same outcome, or “the same lighthouse,” as Elizabeth would put it. Completing the main story will take an average of 11.5 hours, placing it directly between the story lengths of BioShock and BioShock 2.
Players can expect to add or subtract around 3 hours from the average time depending on whether they are rushing through or enjoying the story.
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Locating All Extras
As with previous titles, there are numerous collectibles scattered throughout Columbia that Booker can find throughout the story. These extras include 141 voxophones, which are equivalent to Rapture’s audio diaries. In addition, there are 11 telescopes and 26 kinetoscopes that must be examined or watched in order to earn a trophy or achievement on consoles.
Finally, players can purchase 24 infusion upgrades to boost Booker’s stats. Obtaining all of the collectibles will add 4 hours to the total time, bringing it to 15.5 hours.
Once again, BioShock Infinite includes a number of DLC stories that are meant to be played after the events of the main story. The second part of BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea features a return to Rapture with Booker and Elizabeth in an alternate reality.
Furthermore, Clash in the Clouds is a mode in which players face increasingly powerful waves of enemies in settings based on various areas of Columbia. Completing the DLC will take about 8 hours, bringing the total time spent in-game to 23.5 hours in most cases.