There are three main endings possible in , excluding one joke ending and a wide variety of unlockable epilogues. Although some of these epilogues are determined by the player's choices throughout the game, which ending they see is almost entirely affected by one pivotal decision in the game's final moments. None of them could be called a traditionalgood, bad, or true ending; each has consequences that might be interpreted as either positive or negative, depending both on player philosophy and character choices.
[Warning: This article contains spoilers for every possible ending of The Talos Principle 2.]
begins an indeterminate amount of time after the first game ends. Once the first game’s player character, Athena, achieved sentience, she established a city called New Jerusalem and began manufacturing more androids to populate it. Athena directed its first citizens to strive for a population of 1,000 androids, which they eventually reach — the player character of, 1K, is that thousandth android. However, odd energy readings disrupt the ensuing celebration, and NJ’s leaders send 1K out to investigate. Surprise: it’s more puzzles, and they’re even harder than ’s.
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As 1K continues to solve puzzles, he begins to uncover more and more of New Jerusalem's history. He eventually learns that Athena had a child named Miranda with another android, Cornelius, and the three of them together undertook a research effort they called the Noema Project. Eventually, Athena discovered the theory of everything, a hypothetical term for a system of laws that explain and interlink every aspect of the physical universe.
With this newfound knowledge, Athena was able toRead more on screenrant.com