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Well, I hope you had a great Easter. Here is a video of all (most) of the Easter eggs in Bioshock Infinite. 

The deadly wrench from Bioshock makes a return appearance in Bioshock Infinite.
The wrench can be found on the ground near a broken vending machine, right after collecting the Murder of Crows Vigor and next to another piece of gear. (x)
  • The deadly wrench from Bioshock makes a return appearance in Bioshock Infinite.
  • The wrench can be found on the ground near a broken vending machine, right after collecting the Murder of Crows Vigor and next to another piece of gear. (x)
There is only one door with a number lock in the entire game - the code is 0451. This code was the number to the offices of Looking Glass Studios, who created System Shock and Thief, as a reference to Fahrenheit 451. It can be found in games that share the Looking Glass style of game design, usually as the first key code in the game. Recent titles that have used the code include Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Dishonored, and Bioshock. (x)

There is only one door with a number lock in the entire game - the code is 0451. This code was the number to the offices of Looking Glass Studios, who created System Shock and Thief, as a reference to Fahrenheit 451. It can be found in games that share the Looking Glass style of game design, usually as the first key code in the game. Recent titles that have used the code include Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Dishonored, and Bioshock. (x)

At the beginning of the game the man who baptizes you, Preacher Whitting, echoes the phrase “Is it someone new?”, the same phrase mentioned by a Splicer at the beginning of the original Bioshock. (x)

Another easter egg can be seen with the Rosalind statue towards the beginning of the game. When you first look up at it, it appears to look like a tear that Elizabeth can bring forth, but it changes on its own and becomes Robert. (x)

Another easter egg can be seen with the Rosalind statue towards the beginning of the game. When you first look up at it, it appears to look like a tear that Elizabeth can bring forth, but it changes on its own and becomes Robert. (x)

Right after Booker first sees the Monument Island statue and receives the telegram from Lutece, approach the telescope to the left and look through it. Toward the bottom left you will see the twins, Robert juggling and Rosalind watching. Exit the telescope and they are nowhere to be seen.  (x)

 At the beginning of Battleship Bay, after waking up, and walking through the first hallway, you can find pistol ammo in a baby carriage. This is a reference to the original BioShock when you find the pistol in a baby carriage. (x)

Happy Easter!

So throughout today, Bioshock Easter Eggs will be posting. (hehe)

Yeah, I’m lame.