inFAMOUS: Second Son Paper Trail’s Last Episode Released; Comes With 292 Mb Patch but No Paper Power

on April 25, 2014 6:35 PM

It’s Friday, and Sucker Punch just made the last episode of the Paper Trail quest line available in inFAMOUS: Second Son and on the Augmented Reality Game website. In addition to that a 292 patch is also available for download, including the rewards for the Paper Trail itself.

If you’ve played up to part five all you have to do is to go to the location shown at the bottom of the post and resume the quest. If you didn’t yet start following the Paper Trail you’ll need to register on the website, link it to your PSN account and complete the preliminary steps and parts 1-5 before being able to start the new content.

Here’s the blurb for the final episode episode (it might be spoilery for those that didn’t play the earlier parts, so don’t read further if that’s your case):

The military wasn’t gunning for conduits, at least not yet. They were trying to shut down the D.U.P. And Celia just used you to kill the man leading the charge. But why? We can’t trust her– that much is clear. High time we get some answers.

Unfortunately, as we learned recently, there will be no paper power as a reward at the end of the trail, but we’ll still get Celia’s mask and four custom jackets for Delsin named Rabid Rabbit, Origami White Dove, Celia’s jacket (which includes her mask), and DUP’d.

Here are the rather brief patch notes for the v1.04 patch:

  • Add “Paper Trail” assets.
  • Other bug fixes.

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