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Watch Emily Take Back What’s Hers In This Dishonored 2 Live Action Trailer
The release for Dishonored 2 is getting closer and the hype for the game is increasing with every passing day. Fans of the original Dishonored game are excited to see how Arkane Studio has expanded on what made the first game great, and to add more fuel to excitement Bethesda has released the Dishonored 2 live action trailer.
Dishonored 2 live action trailer is full of action and thrills and showcases the live action versions of both Emily and Corvo as they make their escape or use their abilities to obliterate their enemies and take back what is rightfully their’s.
Recently, the developers behind the highly anticipated Dishonored 2, revealed that how every mission has a different theme and how players can utilize it to their advantage.
The developers also revealed that a single play through of Dishonored 2 will only cover 20 percent of the game, so players are encouraged to come back and try different paths and play styles.
While the players will be going after high value targets to take them out, the missions themselves are themed differently to give them sort of a personality.
As virtual reality has become quite popular among gaming community, so it comes as no surprise that fans of Dishonored would expect Dishonored 2 to be available for VR. According to Arkane Studios’ level designer Christophe Carrier, the developers are certainly considering to bring the game to VR.
As the game is close to release, and many gamers are expecting that Arkane Studio will start working on Dishonored 3 once they are done with the DLC and patches. However, the developers do not have plans to develop Dishonored 3.
According to Harvey Smith, co-creative director of Arkane Studios, with the first Dishonored, he grew a bit sick of it, but the idea for the sequel involving Emily changed his perception, but as for the Dishonored 3 he is quite unsure of it.
Dishonored 2 is set to arrive on November 11, 2016 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.