First-person puzzler The Talos Principle's major expansion, Road to Gehenna, is due 23rd July on PC, Mac and Linux, developer Croteam has announced.
Road to Gehenna will contain four episodes full of even more challenging puzzles than the main game as players assume the role of Uriel trying to rescue souls trapped in this lost section of a simulation. It will feature an all new civilization with its own history, philosophy and characters.
The expansion is penned by The Talos Principle scribes Tom Jubert and Jonas Kyratzes. Jubert also wrote FTL, Driver: San Francisco and The Swapper, while Kryatzes was the co-creator of The Sea Will Claim Everything and The Book of Living Magic.
Eurogamer contributor Stace Harman highly recommended The Talos Principle upon its PC release last year. "Despite playing a robot that interacts with computer terminals and takes instruction from a disembodied voice in the sky, it exudes personality and charm; its mechanical precision complementing its aesthetic qualities," he wrote in his The Talos Principle review. "For an experience bereft of human contact it boasts a very big heart indeed."
The Talos Principle is available on PC, Mac, Linux and Android platforms. A PS4 version is due sometime later this year.