- Bioshock 2 will have much more (facial) animations for it's characters, especially the Little Sisters.
- Tannenbaum is indeed back and during a gameplay presentation, Tennenbaum wakes up the player.
- According to Melissa Miller, returning to Rapture wont be boring because of three reasons: 1. You can go outside of Rapture, 2. You will mainly visit places, you only heard of in B1 and 3. a secret aspect, she wont mention.
- Compared with the Big Daddy in Bioshock 1, you will be faster and your field of view will be better.
- Vita Chambers are back, but when you respawn there, the health of the enemies (e.g. Big Daddies) might be regenerated for a certain amount.
- There are more greytones added to your moral choices. So there is not just black and white. Moral choices are also integrated into the game mechanics and not just to the endings.
- Splicers will now search for cover, jump off balconies and use their enviroment. They can also catch grenades and throw them back.
- The Big Sister will change during the story.
- Guessing from artworks and screenshots, Splicers look more ill. One had more claw like fingers, eczemas...etc.
- Concept art showed Rapture Metro Station North, one small screenshot showed a hall in Fontaine Futuristics.
- In an interview with Jordan Thomes, he said: "Ryan and Fontaine were a part of the big ideologic war, which made Rapture fall. While the story of this characters is somehow over, they are still important to show people whats up with Rapture...."
- Jordan also said that the player "creates" alot of corpses. The Little Sisters may show which are worth to be harvested.
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"I am the bone of my sword.Steel is my body, and fire is my blood.I have created over a thousand blades.Unknown to death.Nor known to life.Have withstood pain to create many weapons.Yet, those hands will never hold anything.So as I pray, "Unlimited Blade Works." - Everyone possesses many different faces. For living... For working... And for falling in love... I wonder how many faces I have? And which one is the real me?