the original Talos principle The game was a very different title from developer Croteam, which had previously been mostly known for a lot of first-person shooters. Sam is serious dealership. Contrast, Talos principle was a sci-fi themed first-person puzzle game where the player takes on the role of an android as he explores a number of spectacular-looking locations.
Earlier this year, Croteam and publisher Devolver Digital announced plans to release The Talos Principle 2. Today, it was revealed that the game will launch on November 2nd.
As in the first game, in the sequel you play as an android exploring a world devoid of humans. Here is a brief summary:
Solve a wide variety of puzzles of varying difficulty, including clever meta-puzzles and extremely challenging gold puzzles. Finish the game without solving every puzzle, or seek the rewards of full mastery. A variety of new abilities, such as gravity manipulation and mind transfer, join the established mechanics of the original Talos principle, creating a fresh yet familiar experience.
Explore more than a dozen brand new environments, from a city on the brink of a paradigm shift to the varied landscapes of a mysterious island that holds the keys to the future. Take a break from solving puzzles to uncover long-buried secrets and forgotten strands of history.
This sequel is also notable for being the first Croteam game to use Epic’s Unreal Engine, rather than the developer’s own Serious Engine.
The game will be released for the Xbox Series X and S consoles, along with the PlayStation 5. It is also coming to the PC via steam And the Epic game store. Both are available for 10 percent off the regular price of $29.99, and Steam pre-order buyers can get a free copy of the first game in the series as well.