Dishonored 2 Update Adds Custom Difficulty Settings And More

A fresh new Dishonored 2 update is scheduled to release soon. It will come to Steam first on January 18, 2017, launching on consoles on January 23.

This update adds important features to the game, such as chapter select and custom difficulty settings, highly requested by the players. Also, this update features the Iron Mode, adding permadeath and disabling manual saves.

Iron Mode adds even more teeth to Dishonored 2. You will have to live with the consequences of your actions, or die permanently because of them.

Also see: Dishonored 2 Review – Satisfying Stealth Marvel

However, people have been talking about the love interest of Emily Kaldwin for a long time on the internet, and even Harvey Smith was asked wether Emily is gay or not. Check his words

This is an action game, we do not delve into that. There’s no time nor space for romance. Anyhow, Emily is a confident young woman brought up to lead and to stand against detractors and enemies, and she simply does as she pleases, and has probably dallied with a variety of people. But her heart belongs to Wyman.

Players of Dishonored 2 have reported multiple issues when playing the PC version of the game. Arkane Studios, luckily, has solved them, but it wasn’t an easy thing to do.

According to Game director Harvey Smith, PC is the most difficult platform to support, especially for the huge mix of machines that you can find (Very high-end CPUs with low-end GPUs and older drivers and stuff like that).

But this is the past, and you can now try to complete this game in more difficult ways thanks to Dishonored 2 update.

Dishonored 2 is already available for PS4, Xbox One and PC.