Check Out Over 17 Minutes Of Gameplay Showing Dishonored 2’s Clockwork Mansion

Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Studio just released a new gameplay video showing Dishonored 2’s Clockwork Mansion in action. Following the gameplay video comes an explanation video detailing the Clockwork Mansion by YouTuber Arekkz Gaming. Dishonored 2 is set to come out for PC, Xbox One and PS4 on November 11th.

The videos below are no StealthGamerBR quality, but they come in to simulate how Dishonored 2 will play out on release. The game currently has some gameplay videos out on it, which dive into gameplay mechanics and story/character choices. So far, the game is looking like a more beefier version of the first Dishonored with more features added on, and with better graphics.

The first video that comes in by Bethesda Softworks reveals Emily Kaldwin breaking and entering into Kirin Jindosh’s sophisticated clockwork Mansion. The building convexes and concaves to create new rooms within the current room by pulling on levers around and about.

Each room sports multiple paths to traverse around in, and are open for both Corvo and Emily to use any ability they wish during a stealthy run, an alarming attempt to assassinate a target, or a mix between stealth and guns blazing.

You can check out the first video by Bethesda Softworks, which is on High Chaos — and is a lot smoother than the video by Arekkz Gaming.

After seeing  Emily in the above video, we now get to see what Corvo can do in the Clockwork Mansion. This video does not reflect any stealth maneuvers like some of the pros that play Dishonored, but it stands to show another perspective of the same stage, which is pretty cool.

You can watch the video below thanks to YouTuber Arekkz Gaming.

If you can’t wait for more Dishonored 2, the game will launch for PC, Xbox One and PS4 on November 11th. You can find out more about this game by hitting up


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