Published on June 9th, 2024 | by Adrian Gunning

The incredible story of The Talos Principle 2 continues on June 14 in Road to Elysium, an epic three-part DLC expansion

The critically acclaimed storyline of Croteam and Devolver Digital’s mind-expanding existential puzzler The Talos Principle 2 is far from over.

Revealed during today’s Devolver Direct presentation, on June 14 a new expansion, Road to Elysium, will take players even deeper into this unique vision of a post-human future.

This three-part coda will reunite you with beloved characters and put your puzzle-solving skills to the test through a series of thought-provoking new stories.

Following the events of The Talos Principle 2, Road to Elysium continues the evolution of the robot world, providing you with a new perspective on some of the key moments from 1K’s journey, and challenging you with puzzles built around both new and pre-existing mechanics.

The expansion is made up of three distinct chapters, each of which has its own distinctive look and feel.

Orpheus Ascending
Explore the philosophy of love, death, and resurrection through the story of Hypatia and Sarabhai. Return to the role of 1K to enter Sarabhai’s mind and retrieve the shattered fragments of her personality. Set in a gorgeous environment inspired by Ancient Egypt, this chapter challenges you to solve a series of complex laser-based puzzles in unconventional ways.

Isle of the Blessed
Hang out with Yaqut and Miranda as they join Cornelius and Athena on a puzzle-driven adventure set on a stunning Caribbean island. Challenge yourself with a wide variety of never-before-seen puzzles using familiar tools, culminating in the Hexahedron, a large continuous puzzle cluster set in a mysterious tower.

Into the Abyss
Return to one of the most dramatic moments from The Talos Principle 2 and find out what happened to Byron when he was trapped in the Megastructure. Taking place on a series of floating islands, this chapter takes you on a trippy journey through a glitchy dream world full of extremely difficult puzzles that will make even veteran players’ heads spin.

Road to Elysium is $19.99 and will launch on June 14 for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox Series X|S.

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About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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