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.
Dishonored featured a stellar voice acting cast alongside some compelling gameplay, and its sequel is certainly trying its best to go one better.
Dishonored 2 is set to make a big splash at E3, before launching in November later this year across all major platforms.
Bethesda bucked the reveal trend last year with Fallout 4, officially announcing it and a release date that was mere months away. And that’s something that Fallout 4 director Todd Howard prefers.
Hot on the heels of a busy year, Bethesda have expressed ther desire to expand into a much big publishing house – shipping more than three games a year.
Dishonored offers two protagonists for the price of one game. Two heroes, two different ways of kicking ass and taking names.
It looks like steampunk stealth-em-up Dishonored is getting the remaster treatment too.
Tower of Guns, Never Alone, Dishonored and Killzone Mercenary make up the games in this month’s Instant Game Collection
Xbox has a couple of free games to give away, and August will offer you everything from down and dirty racing to dishonorable action.
Here’s some more evidence to lend credence to the first rumour of Dishonored getting a sequel.