Dishonored 2: Everything you need to know

Posted: 21 September 2016 1:26 pm News


Corvo and Emily Kaldwin return on 2016 to protect the Dunwall throne from those who wish to contest it. Here's everything you need to know about Dishonored 2.

Set 15 years after the events of the first instalment, the future of Dunwall is bright with Emily the Wise as Empress and Corvo the Royal Protector by her side. However, this period of relative peace comes to an end when as an "otherworldly usurper" deposes Emily Kaldwin, throwing the Empire back into chaos and disorder.

Players choose to play as Emily or Corvo after the game's introduction and play through the rest of the campaign as that character. Arkane Studios have stated the player will have to play through the campaign twice if they want to get the full experience.

The first Dishonored wasn't short on voice talent, with Susan Sarandon, Lena Headey, Michael Madsen, Carrie Fisher and Chloë Grace Moretz lending their vocals to the denizens of Dunwall. Dishonored 2 will boast an equally impressive roster of talented voice artists, with Sam Rockwell (Moon), Vincent D'Onofrio (Daredevil), Rosario Dawson (Daredevil) and Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones, Narcos).

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If you liked
Dishonored, Thief, Deus EX
Release Date
11 November 2016
Developed by
Arkane Studios
Published by
Bethesda, Softworks
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