In the latest episode of Piranha Becken TV, Jennifer and Björn Pankratz from Piranha Bytes were able to talk about the newly announced Elex 2 for the first time. We have summarized the most important findings for you.
Not only did the fans wait a long time for the announcement of the new role-playing game from Piranha Bytes, the developers themselves also had to wait a long time before they were allowed to talk about their new project for the first time. Who regularly at Piranha Basin TV turns on and listens to the anecdotes of Jennifer and Björn Pankratz, he knows that only too well.
The most recent episode was even before the official Announcement of Elex 2 during E3 2021 recorded, but since the episode “Finally Announced” only went online two days ago, Jenni and Björn were allowed to talk about their new game in this episode, albeit not in great detail.
In the following we have summarized the most important findings from the episode:
- In contrast to Elex, the marketing campaign will not run again for two and a half years, but only for a few months. There should be a lot more information about Elex 2 in the next few weeks. Björn says: “You can assume that we will be bombarding you with information in no time.“
- Elex 2 should be about the same size as Elex. However, the developers have tried to improve the quality of the content within this game world and make it more complex. We should now have to face significantly more decisions that will have a noticeable effect on the further adventure. According to Björn, we influence more in Elex 2 with our actions than in the other Piranha Bytes games.
- According to the two developers, Elex 2 should offer features that have never been found in any Piranha Bytes game. Jenni and Björn didn’t want to reveal any details, but has someone just called in “Riding” ?!
As soon as there is new information about Elex 2, we will of course keep you up to date here on buffed.
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