The first four screens were there previously, but this is the first time I've seen the latter two.
It'll be really interesting to see how ELEX differs from the Risen series. The Gothic games are some of my all-time favorites - even Gothic 3, which has pretty weak open-world systems, but fantastic music and one of the greatest game geographies ever created - and I've basically enjoyed Risen 1 and 2. (Risen 3 is still in my backlog.) But the Risen games especially seem rather goofy and half-baked in some ways, and I'm hoping ELEX, by breaking out of the fantasy milieu and creating a very different gameworld and set of gameplay approaches, will be a more mature and competitive product.