Reprise your role as a supernatural assassin in Dishonored 2 – the next chapter in the award-winning Dishonored saga by Arkane Studios. Play your way in a world where mysticism and industry collide.
Reprise your role as a supernatural assassin in Dishonored 2 – the next chapter in the award-winning Dishonored saga by Arkane Studios. Play your way in a world where mysticism and industry collide. Will you choose to play as Empress Emily Kaldwin or the royal protector, Corvo Attano? Will you make your way through the game unseen, make full use of its brutal combat system, or use a blend of both? How will you combine your character’s unique set of powers, weapons and gadgets to eliminate your enemies? The story responds to your choices, leading to intriguing outcomes, as you play through each of the game’s hand-crafted missions.
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Trusted Reviews - "Dishonored 2 takes it a step further and delivers one of the most rewarding experiences I've had in Gaming."
PCGamer - "If you ever thought ‘they don’t make them like they used to’ during the triple-A funk of the mid-noughties, then Dishonored was a reassuring return to form. Dishonored getting a proper sequel takes that further. It suggests that you can stop thinking about how they used to make them, and start getting excited about how they make them now."
BitGamer - "Regardless, there's an unmistakable feeling of quality to certain games, and Dishonored 2 has it."
We've been praying for a follow up to Dishonored ever since we first set foot in Dunwall, and the announcement of Dishonored 2 earlier this year has us all kinds of excited.
E3 raised a whole bunch of questions and tantalising possibilities. The fact that Emily Kaldwin is playable has us very intrigued, and from the looks of things, she's picked up some seriously cool powers from the Outsider too!
Dishonored 2 is set 15 years after the events of the first game, with a usurper having seized the throne from Emily, and the player charged with restoring her to power by playing either as Emily herself or returning masked hero, Corvo Attano. The game will take players beyond Dunwall to Karnaca – a coastal city where the fate of the Empire will decided.
Dishonored 2 looks bold, brutal, and beautiful, and it looks like Arkane are brimming with brilliant ideas for this sequel.
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I beat this game twice as Corvo, and three times as Emily, and I absolutely loved it. I thought it felt better to play as Corvo, as he is personally the character I'm more attached to. Emily was also a lot of fun, even more so than Corvo. The performance issues are said to be patched very soon, but it didn't stop me from enjoying the game. This game is significantly more difficult than Dishonored 1, but that's an improvement in my opinion. I've also robbed all of the black market shops (I think?) and that was also a lot of fun! I didn't feel like this game was longer than Dishonored 1, but you are able to spend like an hour and a half on each individual level. Don't buy it yet, wait for the fixes, but when it's patched, buy it.
Dishonored 2 just like the first, encourages the use of different playstyles. You can either go stealthly, be unseen and take down your targets without killing or you could go on a frenzy, killing anyone in the way. Whether it be from within the shadows or confronted in a clash of swords and firearms. I mostly favored the latter, but similarly to how I play Deus Ex, I always try the stealthy approach, but if things don?t go to plan I improvise or fight back - it might not be the best tactic. But for those dedicated enough for a no kill, no seen playthrough will be tested. This is all backed by well-crafted level design, there is a lot of attention to detail and it?s up to you to seek out the best advantages and abuse the environment as much as possible. Multiple paths are available and taking the most unorthodox route might just be the best option. Whether it be within a city full of downtrodden apartments filled with infested bloodflies, or through an intricately designed mansion running by clockwork that moves and reshapes itself. Each area stands out and the exquisite and puzzle like level design will have you searching further. Especially if you?re tracking deviously placed runes and bone charms to upgrade your character. The real focus on missions is taking down your target. Dishonored 2 is full of people high and mighty who are needed to be brought down, the world is full of power and corruption and how you go about removing them is up to you. Life and death is in your hands. Throughout my time I decided to go down the more interesting route, instead of just killing my target I chose to deal with them differently and the results can have leave you with a moral dilemma. Sometimes it can be for the good, but for others it results in a fate worse than death. In doing so, I saved the life of a cursed killer, destroyed the mind of a genius and killed off a rivaling leader. Dishonored 2 is a substantial improvement over its predecessor and is an expertly crafted continuation from the first. With a plethora of choices and wonderful architectural puzzle design, Dishonored 2 is truly an immersive experience. It's just a shame it's held back by terrible and unfortunate PC performance.
a?n no he completado el juego, pero vengo a poner mi voto positivo porque el parche que a?adieron este 2 de diciembre (a?n est? en beta creo) ha mejorado muchisimo el port, sigue dando bajadas en los exteriores pero ahora es muy facil llegar a los 1080/60, el control con el rat?n funciona, no tiene smooth ni aceleraci?n, etc, etc. Y el juego en si mismo es maravilloso aunque vaya por la mitad.
One of the most exquisite world-building exercises ever. Each level is varied and crafted, offering multiple ways to solve or escape or kill your way out. This and Deus Ex Mankind Divided were both such amazing open worlds. I enjoyed Mankind Divided's graphics and controls better, but Dishonored 2 had the better levels and world building. Both amazing.
I did not buy it out so I started playing it with patch 1.2. I have not had any crash or bug problems, and the performance has ranged from 50-60 fps (mostly 60, at some point from the first mission down to 30) with an i7 6700 and a GTX 970 Good but not as much as some I see around here). From what I read I am one of the few who has worked without problems. I already spent the game with Emily, and I'm looking forward to being updated with new game + to give it a second round with Corvo. The level design of this game is overwhelming and the possibilities very generous. For me, a great purchase
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