The Talos Principle 2 Launches on November 2nd

Developer Croteam has announced The Talos Principle 2 will launch on November 2nd. The Talos Principle 2 is an adventure and puzzle games which players must solve a wide range of difficulty puzzles and exploring the world with a character driven story. Here is more info below…

Philosophical stalwarts Croteam and Devolver Digital are proud to announce The Talos Principle 2, the long-awaited sequel to 2014’s smash hit metaphysical puzzler, will launch for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X on November 2. Introspective savants can benefit from a 10% pre-order discount from now until launch. In addition, the original Talos Principle and its Road to Gehenna DLC is 90% off on Steam until October 3.



The Talos Principle 2 greatly expands on the beloved original with more mind-bending puzzles to solve, new puzzle mechanics, a richer storyline, more secrets to uncover, and the biggest, weirdest world Croteam has ever built.

Set in a distant future where humankind has long been extinct, human culture lives on through interminable robots made in our image. Embarking on a quest to investigate a mysterious megastructure, you will be confronted with questions about the nature of the cosmos, faith versus reason, and the fear of repeating humankind’s mistakes.



Familiar puzzles will return in The Talos Principle 2, accompanied by unique new gameplay including mind transference and gravity manipulation. There’s also a deep character-driven story with multiple endings to lose yourself in, and a series of strange, stunningly beautiful environments to explore—including a city on the brink of a paradigm shift and an island holding the keys to the future.

The Talos Principle 2 is the biggest, most ambitious, most thought-provoking game Croteam has made yet, and you can play it on November 2.


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