inFAMOUS: Second Son Paper Trail Strongly Hints to Sequel; Here Are All the Prize Jackets (SPOILERS)

on April 25, 2014 8:32 PM

The inFAMOUS: Second Son Paper Trail mission series has come to an end, and we didn’t get Celia’s paper powers, as previously announced by Sucker Punch. We did get four new jackets, one of which included Celia’s mask.

Yet not all hope is lost, but the explanation for that is quite spoilerish, so if you want read it you’ll have to scroll all the way below the pictures of the four jackets you can earn from completing part 6.

Origami Front

InfamousSecondSonOrigami (4)

Origami Rear

InfamousSecondSonOrigami (8)

Rabid Front

InfamousSecondSonOrigami (3)

Rabid Rear

InfamousSecondSonOrigami (7)

The White Rabbit Front

InfamousSecondSonOrigami (1)

The White Rabbit Rear

InfamousSecondSonOrigami (2)

DUP’d Front

InfamousSecondSonOrigami (5)

DUP’d Rear

InfamousSecondSonOrigami (6)

And now, on to the spoilers, but if you scrolled all the way here, you probably don’t mind. If you don’t want to read any spoiler don’t read further.

The reason why we don’t get Celia’s paper power is really quite simple. The Paper Trail actually ends in a cliffhanger, and Delsin isn’t able to catch Celia. As a matter of fact, she tells him he helped her realize the strength of conduits and basically turned her into a vengeful killer of sorts.

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Above you can read the final letter left by Celia (again, don’t enlarge the pictures if you prefer to find it out for yourself), that clearly says it’s “a beginning,” while Delsin himself mentions that he regrets having had a part in making her what she is, and promises to catch her to fix it.

Celia herself writes:

As the saying goes “always leave them wanting more”

If that was supposed to be subtle….well.. It really isn’t.

While we can’t be sure, I’d say there’s no better way to set the story up with a sequel. Whether that’ll happen in a new DLC, or maybe in a full fledged sequel of the game, it’s impossible to know for the moment, but it’s almost safe to assume that we haven’t seen the last of Celia, and we may still get to play with her paper powers one day.

 /  Executive News Editor
Hailing from sunny (not as much as people think) Italy and long standing gamer since the age of Mattel Intellivision and Sinclair ZX Spectrum. Definitely a multi-platform gamer, he still holds the old dear PC nearest to his heart, while not disregarding any console on the market. RPGs (of any nationality) and MMORPGs are his daily bread, but he enjoys almost every other genre, prominently racing simulators, action and sandbox games. He is also one of the few surviving fans of the flight simulator genre on Earth.