Dishonored 2 Slated To Launch For PC, PS4 And Xbox One On November 11th
(Last Updated On: May 3, 2016)

According to the latest issue of June 2016’s cover story of Game Informer, Dishonored 2 will be hitting store shelves worldwide for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 11th. This will mark the second entry in the series, and we’ll definitely gain more information during Bethesda and Arkane Studios’ press conference at this year’s E3 on June 12th.

That’s right, those excited for the stealth action-adventure game will gain additional information during Bethesda’s conference at E3 this year on June 12th, while the official release will follow months afterwards on November 11th.

This information arrives from Game Informer, who posted up some of the cover art and info pertaining to the upcoming Dishonored sequel. In addition to this, the new sequel will take place 15 years after the first Dishonored game, and will have players seeking out their revenge to claim the throne of Dunwall. Players will have the choice between playing Emily Kaldwin or the familiar Corvo Attano.

Both characters will posses special supernatural abilities that manipulate the environment and people around them, while at the same time making missions that much more easy.

You can check out two out of the images featured on the publication that show both Emily and Corvo in art-form.

dishonored 2 game 2 dishonored 2 game 3Adding on to the above, the game will also sport a new tech platform entitled the “Void Engine.” This was noted along gameplay enhancements, difficulty customization among other features noted in the latest issue.

If you’ve never seen the trailer below for the game back when it received its first official E3 2015 trailer, you can check it out if you want more than cover art, courtesy of Bethesda Softworks.

Bethesda’s E3 press conference is set to take place on June 12th, and will begin at 7 P.M. PT or 10 P.M. ET, and will be streamed live through both Twitch and YouTube.


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  • Fear Me I Am Free

    It’s natural progression that you would get to play as Emily or she would have a major role, I just hope that it doesn’t get fucked up by certain people working on it. Cara Ellison is the one that comes to mind. I am really concerned. http://deepfreeze.it/journo.php?j=cara_ellison

    • So long as it isn’t steeped in all that sociopolitical nonsense that seems to be everywhere these days, then I don’t mind it too much. Anything that takes you out of the game because they start talking about mansplaining or manspreading is an instant no-buy from me.

      • Fear Me I Am Free

        Well, I have hope because it’s the same guys who wrote the first game, but Cara Ellison is an SJW with deep connections to the clique, it’s very concerning she would inject her shit in.

    • lucben999

      I would have preferred Billie Lurk. Corvo and Emily are boring, I found Daud and Billie more interesting.