During all this, it can be easy to forget about Prometheus. He masterminded this entire thing, releasing Typhon and keeping Zeus busy while Fenyx gains strength. He falls short of taking out the king of the gods. Luckily, Ligyron is still around.
Fenyx’s brother approaches Prometheus with a key, presumably to let him out. Before he does, Ligyron lets Prometheus know he is going to tell him a story first. “Let this, the tale of Fenyx, be my redemption…” Ligyron begins.
Though it wasn’t apparent when the game began, Prometheus’s story to Zeus was a huge set-up; an attempt to keep Zeus in place in order to eventually destroy him. Like many stories, Immortals Fenyx Rising is entirely cyclical. It begins and ends in almost identical situations. This time, however, the audience is in on the joke. Since you’ve already experienced something like this before, you likely know how things are going to turn out.
Or do you? There’s still the matter of the prophecy to fulfill, and some news has been shared about the DLC coming down the pipe for Immortals Fenyx Rising.