inFAMOUS 2: The Behemoth, Forced Conduits, and User-Generated Content

Big beasts and Sucker Punch Productions go hand-in-hand. inFAMOUS 2 will feature a big bosses, one of which Sucker Punch calls The Behemoth. According to the developer, he’s “one of the most important enemies we’ve built”. His power speaks for itself, standing at the height of a standard New Marais building.

The Behemoth is one of three new inFAMOUS 2 bits highlighted tonight. Forced conduits is another. In the inFAMOUS series, conduits are candidates to receive super powers. Cole is one of them, if his electric hands didn’t already give it away. In inFAMOUS 2, the narrative thickens as someone figured out how to force ordinary people to become conduits.

A clip highlighting the forced conduits and The Behemoth creature can be seen below.

Additionally, Sucker Punch is showing off a few user-generated missions. A new clip shows Cole running through the “Zeke’s Story” mission, where he has to “help Zeke impress a couple ladies by retelling one of Cole’s epic adventures”.

It’s quite the epic favor to ask of a friend. You’d think it would get the ladies on Cole, rather than Zeke.

Two other missions are also shown in the video, which embedded below.

inFAMOUS 2 launches exclusively on PlayStation 3 in June. A new batch of inFAMOUS 2 screenshots can be viewed at the gallery.

inFAMOUS 2: Behemoth Revealed, User-Generated Content Detailed at Sucker Punch Studio Tour [PlayStation.Blog]

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