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Bioshock Infinite Find the Shock Jockey in the Hall of Heroes

Updated on April 2, 2013

Bioshock Infinite Find the Shock Jockey in the Hall of Heroes

In Bioshock Infinite, Booker and Elizabeth need to recharge the gondola. They must find the shock jockey in the Hall of Heroes. This will guide the hero on how to defeat the enemies to find and get the shock jockey at the Hall of Heroes. In particular, it will focus on how to defeat Cornelius Slate’s men at the Hall of Heroes.

Bioshock Infinite Find the Shock Jockey in the Hall of Heroes

Bioshock Infinite beware of the big fight in the Hall of Heroes. After that, the hero will chase after Slate and get the Shock Jockey.
Bioshock Infinite beware of the big fight in the Hall of Heroes. After that, the hero will chase after Slate and get the Shock Jockey.

Bioshock Infinite Get Inside Hall of Heroes and Defeat the Enemies

Upon reaching the Hall of Heroes Plaza, Booker will be besieged by enemies firing from far away. Elizabeth will give Booker the sniper rifle. Use it to take down the enemies from far.

Now enter the Hall of Heroes and fight your way through Slate’s men. Slate’s men will spring out of dark areas within the Hall of Heroes. They will also be located at two main areas within the Hall of Heroes – the Peking area and Alice in Wonderland Area.

Within the Peking area, use the various props as cover and fire off Dewitt’s most powerful weapons. The hero will be wise to upgrade the Murder of Crows vigor and then use the Murder of Crows trap to create more Murder of Crows traps. The enemies will be overwhelming, but using this approach, Booker can distract the enemies with the crows and deplete their health. Then move from cover to cover and finish them off with the sniper rifle. This technique can also be used against the fireman in this area.

Within the Alice in Wonderland Area, Booker will also face overwhelming odds. Again, use the murder of crows trap to distract and then defeat enemies. Within the Hall of Heroes, the hero will also encounter the first of new enemies – the Patriots. The Patriots look to be mechanical robots with souls of patriots trapped within them and engineered to protect and eliminate through some devious device at the back. They will also move quite fast to attack Dewitt. To make matters worse, the patriots carry some of the more deadly heavy rate of firing and heavy damage weapons. The way to defeat them is to take cover, and then use the sniper rifle to take out their heads. Then move to the back and damage them from the back. Later, when the hero acquires the shock jockey vigor, he can use it to stun and damage the patriot.

Eventually, Booker will have to face off with Slate and his men in the compound of the Hall of Heroes.

Bioshock Infinite Defeat Cornelius Slate

Slate will order his men to attack Booker in swarms. Hide behind cover, and use the sniper rifle to take out Slate’s men from far. Use murder of crows trap to magnify the effects of this vigor. When this men are down, Slate will attempt to run away.

Use Elizabeth’s tear effect and grapple onto some hooks on the building. Then land in the compound and turn right (when facing Cornelius’ men) and chase after Slate. Booker will find Slate. Find and take the shock jockey from him.

Booker now has the choice of ending Slate or letting him go.

Now, face more enemies and head back to Soldier’s Field to power up the generator. At Soldier's Field and prior to powering up the generator, Booker will be besieged by enemies. This is a challenging fight, but the best way become victorious is to hide behind cover and use possession to take control of enemies in the airships. To use multiple possession, make sure Booker gets the upgrade to use each possession for less salt. Defeat the enemies here using this technique. Then go power up the generator.

Once the generator is powered up, ride the gondola to the next area.

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