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Talos Principle Road to Gehenna - Add-on - £2.74 @ Humble Bundle
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Talos Principle Road to Gehenna - Add-on - £2.74 @ Humble Bundle

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Posted 29th May

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I bought Road to Gehenna Add-On for £2.74 last night along with the Talos principle which is up for Sale for £5.99.

This is a great deal of you're looking for buying the Talos Principle game.


The Talos Principle: Road to Gehenna follows the narrative of Uriel, Elohim's messenger, as he explores a strange, hidden part of the simulation on a mission of mercy and redemption in an attempt to free the souls of the damned at all costs.

This substantial expansion consists of four episodes that take experienced players through some of the most advanced and challenging puzzles yet. The Talos Principle writers Tom Jubert and Jonas Kyratzes have returned to pen the expansion and show players an entirely different side of Elohim's world through a journey to Gehenna filled with new characters and a new society with its own history and philosophy.

Update: Added Russian, Italian and Polish text and voices.



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Great find for this add on
Brilliant game. Well worth the asking price, amazing value for £5.99 sale.
Took me a while to complete.
If you're an achievement hunter, do check them out before you start the game or you might be a little disappointed. lol

After playing the game, I got the gehenna dlc pretty much as soon as it came out. A little disappointing with it, it does add a load more content but doesn't really add much more to the story line. Console gamers probably get more value from it, but with Steam's workshop support there is a heck of a lot more content to explore for free.
That's not to say that the DLC isn't worth £2.74, it definately is if you're a fan of puzzle games, as they're pretty hard to complete as well.
I got the main game free from Epic recently. Do you think this DLC will work coming from a different source?
Longy29/05/2020 17:51

I got the main game free from Epic recently. Do you think this DLC will …I got the main game free from Epic recently. Do you think this DLC will work coming from a different source?


I see no reason why this shouldn't work but all the best 🏻😁
Longy29/05/2020 17:51

I got the main game free from Epic recently. Do you think this DLC will …I got the main game free from Epic recently. Do you think this DLC will work coming from a different source?


I don't think that would work as you would be supplied a steam key for the DLC which would be incompatible with the epic game store version which you already own. It doesn't even look like they have a listing for "Road to Gehenna" on the Epic game store, so if you wanted to play this you would need the base game + the dlc both on steam.

If you have gamepass for xbox or pc you can access this as part of your subscription.
Si__29/05/2020 17:20

Brilliant game. Well worth the asking price, amazing value for £5.99 …Brilliant game. Well worth the asking price, amazing value for £5.99 sale.Took me a while to complete. If you're an achievement hunter, do check them out before you start the game or you might be a little disappointed. lolAfter playing the game, I got the gehenna dlc pretty much as soon as it came out. A little disappointing with it, it does add a load more content but doesn't really add much more to the story line. Console gamers probably get more value from it, but with Steam's workshop support there is a heck of a lot more content to explore for free. That's not to say that the DLC isn't worth £2.74, it definately is if you're a fan of puzzle games, as they're pretty hard to complete as well.



@Si__, I'm deciding which version to embark on and am I'm curious as to why you say "Console gamers probably get more value from it"?
hoverdonkey30/05/2020 11:52

@Si__, I'm deciding which version to embark on and am I'm curious as to …@Si__, I'm deciding which version to embark on and am I'm curious as to why you say "Console gamers probably get more value from it"?


steamcommunity.com/app…op/

I guess it depends on what side of language you're looking at it from. In this case I see the value created via a need, want, due to lack of.

PC gamers using Steam are granted access to Steam workshop, regardless of if you have the Road to Gehenna DLC and thus they can rejoice in the community driven content as well. With not only more maps (some as big as the Gehenna DLC itself), but also mods to in-world creations and there for a less of a want for the DLC. This in turn loweing the value added from the paid DLC on the PC (via Steam).

Console gamers with little other means of getting additional content from the game will feel the need to buy the DLC, and as a result everything they'd paid into the game has been rewarded, giving them more value.

I have the game on the PC and Xbox. The DLC is appreciated on both platforms, however, because the xbox doesn't have a workshop for custom puzzle maps, the only option once I've completed the game is the Road to Gehenna DLC.

Like I said, I purchased on both platforms, the DLC is great and I would say buy it regardless but because the DLC adds very little in the way of narrative to the story of the game you could easily do without it (on the PC) if you just want some harder maps to exercise the brain with.
Si__30/05/2020 13:08

https://steamcommunity.com/app/257510/workshop/I guess it depends on what …https://steamcommunity.com/app/257510/workshop/I guess it depends on what side of language you're looking at it from. In this case I see the value created via a need, want, due to lack of.PC gamers using Steam are granted access to Steam workshop, regardless of if you have the Road to Gehenna DLC and thus they can rejoice in the community driven content as well. With not only more maps (some as big as the Gehenna DLC itself), but also mods to in-world creations and there for a less of a want for the DLC. This in turn loweing the value added from the paid DLC on the PC (via Steam).Console gamers with little other means of getting additional content from the game will feel the need to buy the DLC, and as a result everything they'd paid into the game has been rewarded, giving them more value.I have the game on the PC and Xbox. The DLC is appreciated on both platforms, however, because the xbox doesn't have a workshop for custom puzzle maps, the only option once I've completed the game is the Road to Gehenna DLC. Like I said, I purchased on both platforms, the DLC is great and I would say buy it regardless but because the DLC adds very little in the way of narrative to the story of the game you could easily do without it (on the PC) if you just want some harder maps to exercise the brain with.



Many thanks indeed for your comprehensive advice, @Si__

It seems the Steam version is the way to go... so, naturally, it is typical that I already have two free options (Xbox Gamepass & PC Epic) for playing it which don't give me that very nice looking user content! Think I'll go with Xbox in the first instance, as this includes the Gehenna DLC... and then if I get really into it I'll cough-up for Steam.

Many thanks again.
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