Elex II Will Be the Sequel in the Vintage Open World RPG Series

Elex II

Piranha Bytes revealed the sequel to the vintage open-world RPG series, Elex II. Along with the trailer for the game, we also got some details of the sequel and the Steam page with a few game descriptions.

The game is currently in development, but once ready, it will launch on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

Check out the announcement trailer of Elex II below:

In this sequel to the vintage Open World RPG ELEX, Jax must once again unite the free people of the Science-Fantasy world of Magalan against a new threat – the Skyanides, who want to change the face of the planet forever.

Elex II brings you back to the post-apocalyptic science-fantasy world of Magalan, with massive environments that can be explored with unrivaled freedom with a jetpack, allowing you to move any way you want.

The events of the sequel though start several years after Hybrid was defeated by Jax. A new threat has now arrived from the sky which has unleashed the dangerous powers of Elex and endangered all life on the planet. You have to defend the peace on Magalan, and help Jax to go on a mission to convince the factions to unite against the invaders, and find his own son, Dex.

Elex II

The game allows you to:

  • explore the planet of Magalan with unprecedented freedom, using your trusted jetpack to traverse the map and even fly!
  • interact with a lived-in world, full of unique NPCs, who
  • will remember what you’ve done and react accordingly
  • will join or leave your group depending on how you behave
  • are able to be killed, which will have an effect on the story
  • engage in fluid close and ranged combat with a massively improved control system
  • experience a story where your actions have consequences, immersing you in a world of moral decisionns

What do you think of Elex II? Post your comments below.

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