It’s time to decode and translate the foreign language written on the walls in The Solus Project.
The Wilson PDA is great at translating most of the etchings and writings for you as you travel across the planet of Gliese 6143-C. But there are a handful of markings that the PDA won’t read, for whatever reason. Luckily, the game provides you with the necessary key to unlock the mystery of the messages.
In the Halls of Oppression V, where the creepy dolls play, you will find a stone tablet on the wall that contains the alien alphabet. Using your Wilson PDA, you can find note the corresponding letters and numbers. All that’s left is to find some scripture that can’t be read by Wilson.
Some of your findings may prove tricky to decode since, as in real life, letters may have been partially wiped away, perhaps decaying over time. You may find yourself filling in the blanks or attempting to do partial matches on letters that look similar. This video contains the translations as best as I could determine given the quality of some of the writings.
Though the video is only two minutes long, I can assure you much work went into doing my best to accurately decode these messages. These are only a few that I remembered seeing during my playthough but I know there are more still out there waiting to be translated.
The Solus Project was fully released on June 7, 2016 for PC. Late June 2016 for Xbox One. VR Compatible with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Developed by Hourences and Grip Games. Published by Teotl Studios.
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