As I explore the ruins, Kryptex gets increasingly desperate to contact Enki. Using a few commands on a terminal system, I listen in on the call.
After finishing my photodocumentation of the ruins, I head toward the northern plateau, as requested -- this time looking for the source of an electromagnetic signal.
Even before I reach the source of the EM transmission, my rover alerts me to another audio source. I head toward to the triangulated audio source to find a fourth obelisk -- much like the others but with its own unique symbol and audio tone.
On my way to the obelisk, Turing mentions that he's labeled a few distinctive points on the Island to aid in navigation. I see the labels on my map.
I start make my way west toward unexplored parts of the Island. Meanwhile, both Turing and Kryptex are noticing patterns in the data that they're each analyzing.
At this point, I have two major missions I can pursue -- either visit Krytex's mystery location along the northwest edge of the island or visit the locations where Turing theorizes we'll find two more obelisks. I'm just as curious as Kryptex about what's at the coded latitude and longitude, so I travel for a couple days to the coordinates that she found in the encrypted text snippets.
Before I even get to the GPS unit, my rover alerts me that its audio sensors have been triggered. It's pointing to exactly where Turing suspected we'd find another one of the obelisks.
While I'm exploring the island, Kryptex keeps thinking about the significance of the GPS unit that she was directed to by coordinates hidden in a secret message. She shares her thoughts.
Using the terminal system attached to the email message with the encrypted docs, I try entering the ID from the GPS unit, which is listed in my catalog of discoveries. Success!
I feel helpless to help Kryptex... well, Alexis I guess... and a little guilty that I'm basically acting as a double agent. It also sounds like Turing may be wising up to what's going on.
Once I forward along the encrypted docs, it doesn't take long for Enki to reach out to me.
When I click launch the terminal attached to the message, it lets me listen in on a call between Enki and Ryan Arling.
That call doesn't go as well as I'd hoped... and it only seems to get worse from there.
I want to get Kryptex back into the system, but I also want to avoid raising suspicions... and I'm so close to the 6th obelisk. I finish up that mission from XRI first, and then I plan to try to find Turing's rover.
Next, I need to find Turing's rover so that I can use its ID as the password to get Kryptex access to Turing's account. Based on the article that Kryptex referenced, I can see that the rover was recently due south of a rock formation known as "The Fingers" and west of the "Arc de Triomphe". Thankfully, both of those are marked on my map, so it's easy to identify the area. When I arrive, I find Turing's rover fairly easily. I tag it in my photo to get its unique ID.
I launch the terminal provided in the message from Kryptex, input the rover ID as a password, and it looks like it's successful. Kryptex reaches out a couple minutes later.