BioShock Infinite: Where to find all Vox Ciphers and Code Books

How to crack all the ciphers in Columbia.

As you journey through the many mind-bending alternate worlds of BioShock Infinite , you'll find various coded messages left behind by the Vox Populi rebels. These will lead you to secret areas containing useful items if Elizabeth can decipher them — and if you can solve the riddles she decodes.

Solving cryptic clues can be a pain when you're running for your life from old-timey racists ensnared in a charismatic politician's cult of personality, though, so there's no shame in wanting a little help here. On this page, we'll show you where to find all the Vox Ciphers and Code Books in BioShock Infinite, and how to solve all of the riddles found therein .

How to find Vox Ciphers and Code Books in BioShock Infinite

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There are three separate Vox Cipher puzzles in BioShock Infinite, found in Soldier's Field , Finkton Proper , and Downtown Emporia , respectively.

In each one, you can find a strange cipher painted on the walls that Elizabeth can translate if you find her a Code Book in the nearby area. She'll translate it, usually into a riddle or cryptic message that you can then use to find a hidden area nearby. Sometimes there'll be a clue or prompt leading you to the Code Book's rough location, or Elizabeth will suggest a place to look.

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The following shows a list of all the Vox Ciphers, Code Books, and associated puzzle solutions in BioShock Infinite for you to make use of as you encounter them:

Once accessed, the locked areas usually have valuable resources behind them, including money, collectibles, infusions and lockpicks for you to use, making them very worth finding.

If you want more help cracking codes in the BioShock series, we've got a BioShock 1 Door Codes List and a BioShock 2 Door Codes List you might be interested in. For other pesky locks, see also our page on how to open the locked box in the Lansdowne Residence in BioShock Infinite .

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The BioShock Collection contains quite a few secrets and hidden items that can be tough to find without a little help. If you’re having trouble with the third game’s Vox Ciphers, look no further. Here’s how to find the Code Books and decode the Vox Ciphers in BioShock Infinite .

How to Decode the Vox Ciphers in BioShock Infinite

There are a total of three Vox Ciphers to decode, and in order to decode them, you’ll need to collect three different Code Books. The ciphers are written on walls while the books are usually hidden.

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The first Vox Code Book in BioShock Infinite can be found in the Patriot’s Pavilion section of Soldier’s Field. Inside the Tickets building, you’ll see a cannon in the middle of the room. The book will be resting inside it.

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Just opposite the Tickets building is a bar called The Fellow Traveller. Enter the restroom inside and you’ll see the Vox Cipher on the wall. The code will tell you to “tip the hat to the Vox”. Walk into the bar’s second restroom to find a hat hanging on a rack. Interact with it to open a secret room.

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BioShock Infinite’s second Vox Code Book is located inside the Good Time Club in the Plaza of Zeal. You won’t be able to enter it until the story allows you to, but once you do, you’ll eventually reach its basement. The Vox Code Book will be face down on a pile of boxes next to the furnace.

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In order to reach this Vox Cipher, you’ll need a lockpick. The cipher is in the Clock Shop off to the side of the Plaza of Zeal, but it’s closed. Use a lockpick to enter. The decoded Vox Code will say, “the broken clock tolls at midnight”. Change the time to 12:00 on the rightmost clock, and it will reward you.

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Downtown Emporia

Downtown Emporia houses BioShock Infinite’s last Code Book and Vox Cipher. This third Code Book is in the basement of Hudson’s Fine Clothing. The store is more or less falling apart, but the book is on a shelf next to the sink on the bottom floor.

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The third cipher is in the Bank of the Prophet. Near the bank’s vault, there’ll be a room with “HOARDER” written in blood on the wall behind a desk. Walk forward and Elizabeth will read the cipher, saying “type three letters to spell the voice”. Then, simply interact with the typewriter on the desk.

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That’s everything you need to know about how to find the Vox Ciphers and Code Books in BioShock Infinite . There are plenty of other secrets to find in the trilogy, so check out the guides below if you want any more tips:

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After crashing through the roof into the bedroom, follow the stairs and hallway. On the right at the end is another bedroom. Inside you'll find a locked chest, which holds your first Infusion. The key is found near the second Infusion.

The Fraternal Order of the Raven - Infusion #2

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After encountering the Zealots, you'll find this power up at the altar in the center of the room. Grab the key at the same altar. Now you'll be able to backtrack to the locked chest and grab Infusion #1.

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Monument Island Gateway - Infusion #3

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Ride the Sky-Line to an upper platform with a telescope on it, then head inside and around to the right to find Infusion #3.

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Monument Island Tower - Infusion #4

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Continue until you reach a chalkboard in front of a huge electronic device. Between the chalkboard and the desk lies another Infusion.

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After Elizabeth runs away and the cops open the gate, exit and follow the hallway around the corner to the left. Make another left to enter the ticketing office. You'll find this power up on a desk in the middle of the room.

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Soldier's Field Welcome Center - Infusion #6

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Once you enter the main building, head left. Over here is a locked door Elizabeth can pick. Have her do so, and head to the back of the room. You'll find an Infusion on a desk.

The Fellow Traveler - Infusion #7

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Across from Patriot's Pavilion is the Fellow Traveler. Head to the back right to find the bathrooms. Inside one, a Vox Populi cipher is scribbled onto the wall. Elizabeth can decode this, but you'll need a code book to do so.

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The code book is found in the cannon on the ground floor of Patriot's Pavilion. Grab it, return to the cipher, and activate the hat in the next bathroom to open a secret chamber. You'll find this Infusion on a side table inside.

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Hall of Heroes - Infusion #8

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As you make your way through the stage, Slate will speak over the intercom and send some soldiers through a set of double doors to attack you. Enter the room they came from and head to the back. You'll find an Infusion back here.

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Return to the Courtyard - Infusion #9

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During the battle with Slate, some soldiers will burst through a Shock Jockey door on the ground level of the battle area. Enter the door and go to the back of the room to find a toolbox atop the desk. Expertly hidden inside the toolbox is another Infusion.

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The First Lady's Airship - Infusion #10

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After riding the elevator, you'll be at the airship proper. Board and turn right to find this power up on a writing desk.

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Fort Franklin Pier - Infusion #11

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Once you are tasked with rescuing Elizabeth, move to the glass wall you saw her through. There are two doors in this hall that lead to a jail cell area. You can grab this Infusion through the bars inside.

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Worker Induction Center - Infusion #12

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Walk past the blocked elevators and keep left to find a locked door. Have Elizabeth pick it, and you'll find this Infusion atop a desk just right of the door.

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A Code Book is a special item found in BioShock Infinite . They can be found in certain hidden spots within Columbia and are required to translate the Vox Cipher which leads to valuable loot.

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In her isolation, Elizabeth has studied codes and cryptography. With the specialized code book, she can translate the Vox Cipher. Vox Cipher code books show up three times during BioShock Infinite .

The first cipher is near a photo handily pointing out the location of the Code Book. For the rest of the ciphers, if the Code Book is not yet found, Elizabeth will suggest a likely place to search.

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  • Soldier's Field - Inside the cannon in the "Tickets" building of Patriot's Pavilion - " Tip the hat to the Vox. "
  • Finkton Proper - The disposal area of the Good Time Club - " The broken clock tolls at midnight. "
  • Downtown Emporia - Inside the Hudson's Fine Clothing basement - " Type three letters to spell the Voice. "

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