Dishonored 2 focuses on exciting set-piece missions, the best of which has you being all sneaky during two different time periods
Prey’s new trailer showcases the subtle differences a change in protagonist has to the reboot.
Dishonored 2 wants to up the ante for their level design, by creating more intricate environments that are worth replaying.
Dishonored 2 is doubling down on its multiple protagonists, suggesting that players will need multiple playthroughs to really understand its narrative.
There’s a new Dishonored 2 gameplay trailert showing how good old Corvo is at killing everything that moves.
Prey looks to be taking hints from another Bethesda title in another short gameplay demo.
Dishonored 2 is ditching the idea of the strong and silent protagonist for a pair of voiced leads this year to maximise on the emotional investment for players.
New powers, a new city and new factions vie for your attention. Which side will choose to stand with in Dishonored 2?
Expect even newer and weirder combinations of skill and magic in Dishonored 2. What Corvo does with a Blink might shock you.
Dishonored was a game where thinking got you further than just jumping into the fray and hoping for the best. And that’s a feeling that Dishonored 2 is looking to bring back.
Good news! You won’t be touring that wretched hive of scum and villainy known as Dunwall in Dishonored 2. Bad news: The city of Karnaca may be even worse.
Dishonored 2 wants to follow up on less lethal gameplay when it doubles down on protagonists and introduces Emily Kaldwin into the mix.