The Talos Principle 2 Gameplay Video Shows Off Futuristic New Jerusalem

Robots, puzzles, and philosophy.

If you're yearning for puzzles and contemplation of life, The Talos Principle 2 can give you a glimpse of both in a new gameplay video.

The 10-minute footage leads you to New Jerusalem filled with futuristic buildings and robots. Just like in the previous game, you will solve puzzles and think about philosophical questions, all in a world that looks much bigger than in the prequel.

"Born into a new world where biological humanity is extinct but human culture lives on in a city of robots, you find yourself swept up in a mind-bending adventure involving a mysterious megastructure hiding enormous powers.

"The more you discover, the more you will be confronted with questions about the nature of the cosmos and the purpose of civilization. The broken promise of a better tomorrow, the fear of repeating humankind’s mistakes, faith in reason or renouncing humanity altogether - the choices you make and the sides you take will determine the course of events."

What this game does best is make you wonder about your existence and humanity in general, but this might also put you off if you're not into walking around trying to open doors and thinking about how the world works. From what I've seen, The Talos Principle 2 is a great successor to the previous game, so if you liked it, you should definitely try this one.

The game's developers promise "a thought-provoking, character-driven interactive story with multiple endings", more than a dozen environments, and a fantastic soundtrack to accompany you on this journey.

The Talos Principle 2 doesn't have a release date yet, but it's expected to launch in 2023 on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S.

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