With the official launch of Dishonored 2 taking place tomorrow finally making it available to play on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC systems, those considering purchasing the new game may be interested in a previous interview with the games developers by the team from Eurogamer.
Following a similar path to the first Dishonored game, Dishonored 2 offers a stealth action adventure, which has been developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks.
Check out the official Dishonored 2 launch trailer below to whet your appetite a little more before its official launch, and if you are running AMD graphics hardware don’t forget to update to the latest beta drivers which have been released today with full support for the new Dishonored 2 game.
The series takes place in the fictional Empire of the Isles with the majority of Dishonored 2 set in the coastal city of Karnaca. After Empress Emily Kaldwin is deposed by an “otherworldly usurper”, the player may choose between playing as either Emily or her bodyguard and father Corvo Attano as they attempt to reclaim the throne. Both Emily and Corvo employ their own array of supernatural abilities. They can alternatively decide to forfeit them altogether. There are a multitude of ways to succeed in each given mission, from stealth to purposeful violent conflict.