Elex II: ELEX II is the follow-up to ELEX, the awardwinning openworld roleplaying game by Piranha Bytes, the makers of the Gothic and Risen series. With massive environments that can be explored with unrivalled freedom via jetpack, ELEX II returns to the postapocalyptic Science Fantasy world of Magalan. You’ll be able to move through the epic storey in any way you want.
Anew menace appears from the skies, unleashing the terrible powers of dark Elex and putting all life on the world in jeopardy, several years after Jax vanquished the Hybrid.
Jax must go on a quest to persuade the factions to unify against the invaders and find his own son, Dex, who has become separated from him, in order to protect the peace of Magalan and the safety of his own family…Dive into a massive, handcrafted world set in a postapocalyptic scientific fantasy scenario, complete with different factions and diverse environments.
THIS GAME’S ATTRIBUTES INCLUDE:
Use your trusted jetpack to navigate the map and even soar around the planet of Magalan with incredible freedom!
- Interact with a reallife universe populated with one-of-a-kind NPCs…
- …will recall your actions and react accordingly.
- …depending on how you act, will join or quit your group.
- …may be killed, affecting the plot.
- With a greatly upgraded control system, engage in fluid close and ranged combat.Immerse yourself in an universe of moral choices as you play a storey where your actions have repercussions.
RELEASE DATE OF Elex II GAME:
Elex wasn’t perfect when it first came out in 2017—it does, after all, come from the same studio as Risen and Gothic—but if you’re a fan of the Risen and Gothic franchises, you’ll love Elex. If you don’t mind flailing for the first 10 hours or so as you get used to everything, and if you don’t mind flailing for the first 10 hours or so as you get used to everything, then this is the game for you.
Asequel was announced earlier this year (Nat wasn’t thrilled, but I was), and the release date is set for March 1, 2022, which is surprisingly soon. In September, a few YouTubers were granted early access to the game (here’s one), and it appears to be marginally nicer than the last instalment.At least in cutscenes, the production values are clearly higher.
Piranha Bytes promises “unprecedented freedom” when you explore Magalan’s planet, but the promise of a “massively upgraded control system” with “fluid close and ranged combat” is arguably more interesting. Elex’s combat was adequateit accounts for only a small amount of the game’s activitiesbut it could be more enjoyable. Elex had a jetpack, didn’t I say? Elex 2 isn’t the only one who thinks this way.
It features a high-quality setting and graphic design, and it’s a game with a big concept and a lot of options. game undercooked,” Jon wrote in his review of Elex in 2017.