BioShock Infinite is a first-person shooter where you assume the role of former Pinkerton agent Booker DeWitt, sent to the flying city of Columbia on a rescue mission. The game is using a modified version of the Unreal Engine 3 to improve lighting effects, rigid-body physics, cloth simulation, SSAO and audio processing. The game supports DX11 but only requires DX10 quality hardware to play. With a DX11 graphics card you are able to unlock advanced graphics features and take advantage of your hardware investment.
Bioshock is a fun benchmark and is something anyone can run if they have the Steam version of the game installed. It is actually a very good benchmark and will give you a CSV report on how your hardware did with every scene. Here we have the mighty RTX back on top with GTX 1080 Ti rolling up close.
I keep bringing up DX11 performance and here is an example where the game is old enough that nobody messed with it. 2080 Super sits atop the charts with the 1080 Ti at the bottom. In a way this is how I would have expected all of the benchmarks to play out.