Croteam and Devolver Digital have announced that The Talos Principle 2 is now set for launch on November 2, and it looks to be an impressive follow-up to the previous game which is easily one of the best puzzle games ever made.
More about it:"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 II, 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."
This time there's no Native Linux support, so you'll need to run it with Proton. One of Croteam's co-founders, who was involved in a lot of their Linux work also left quite some time ago, and joined Google for Stadia before its collapse. Croteam also swapped from their own tech to Unreal Engine for this one so it will be interesting to see how things have changed overall for the sequel.
Will you be picking it up?