Video Game | Action, Adventure, Drama
A man is sent to the flying city of Columbia to find a missing girl. However, upon arrival he discovers that the city, its people, and his objective are all not what they seem.
During development, one religious developer threatened to quit because he was offended by the portrayal of Comstock, a Christian. Ken Levine decided to sit down with the developer and discuss the character; if the developer wasn't satisfied at the end of the conversation over what they would do with Comstock as a character, he would be allowed to leave with no hard feelings. In the end, the developer was happy with the changes Levine promised to give the character and returned to work, and the discussion encouraged Levine to write Comstock with more depth and personality than he had originally intended.
Thousands of doors... opening all at once. My God! They are beautiful!
Booker DeWitt: What? The stars?
Elizabeth: Not stars. They're doors.
Booker DeWitt: Doors to...
Elizabeth: To everywhere. All that's left is the choosing.
Weapons such as sub-machine guns,Rocket-propelled grenades or multi-chamber grenade launchers were not available in 1912. Submachine guns were designed after 1914, rocket-propelled grenades were introduced in World War II and multi-chamber grenade launchers were designed in mid 1980s.
Some behind-the-scenes footage can be seen near the end of the credits, featuring some singing and guitar playing.