During their conference Bethesda and Arkane showed off a surprising amount of Dishonored 2 gameplay, giving us a look at a few different missions and a number of different powers. The trailer above gives glimpses of what was shown, but some other material is also revealed for the first time ever
Taking place 15 years after the first game you’ll be able to take on the role of either Empress Emily or Corvo, both of whom are fully voiced this time. We got to check out some pretty awesome new powers, plus an interesting level where you can jump back and forth in time. The game doesn’t seem to be straying too far from what was given to us in Dishonored, but frankly I’m fine with that since Dishonored likely ranks as one of my most cherished games, making this reveal a the best part of Bethesda’s conference to me.
Slated for release on November 11th for PS4, Xbox One and PC a Collector’s Edition has already been announced, which will contain
” · Corvo Attano’s Mask Replica and Stand. This recreation of Corvo’s in-game mask stands at 13.5” (H) x 6” (W) x 5.5” (D).
· Emily Kaldwin’s Ring Replica and Display Box. This wearable replica of Emily’s ring is constructed of zinc alloy and includes a premium, embossed black ring box with purple velvet inner lining.
· Full Color Propaganda Poster Print. This limited edition full color print is issued by the infamous Propaganda Office of Karnaca.
· Collectible ‘Legacy’ Metal Case. Exclusive to the Dishonored 2 Collector’s Edition, the limited-edition metal case is decorated with the portraits of Empress Emily Kaldwin and Royal Protector Corvo Attano.
· Digital Imperial Assassin’s Pack. Earn exclusive bonecharms like Duelist’s Luck and Void Favor. Discover new lore and art including an Antique Serkonan Guitar and the book Goodbye, Karnaca – A Musician’s Farewall. The Imperial Assassin’s Pack also includes 500 coins to acquire new gear and weapons within illegal black market shops.
· Dishonored: Definitive Edition. This premium package will also include a digital copy of Dishonored: Definitive Edition. Remastered for this generation of consoles, the Definitive Edition includes the original critically-acclaimed game in the Dishonored series which won more than 100 ‘Game of the Year’ Awards plus all of its add-on content: Void Walker’s Arsenal, Dunwall City Trials, The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmore Witches.”
It’ll be priced at £79.99