Dishonored 2 New Trailer Showcases Corvo Gameplay
The original Dishonored, developed by Arkane, is still today one of the more interesting stealth games released in recent years, so it's not srsprising to see how many are anticipated Dishonored 2, launching this November in all regions on consoles and PC. Today, publisher Bethesda released a brand new trailer focusing on one of the game's playable characters.
The new Dishonored 2 trailer, which can be watched right below, showcases plenty of new gameplay, focusing on Corvo Altano and his special abilities, which have been enhanced considerably since the original game. Not surprising at all, considering Dishonored 2 is set 15 years after the events of the first game.
Fifteen years after the events of the first game, the Royal Protector Corvo Attano is back in action, and it looks like he’s just gotten better (and stronger) with age. He still has his familiar powers, but they’ve all gotten quite the upgrade since the original Dishonored launched in 2012. Corvo’s Blink ability now allows you to pause time as you choose your destination. Possession can be chained from host to host, allowing Corvo to slip through an area unnoticed in a completely new way. Bend Time lets you completely control the flow of time, slowing and advancing it as you need. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. See more of Corvo’s abilities in a new action-packed trailer – and get a peek at what’s behind the conflict that draws Corvo back into the fray.
Even before release, all those attending EGX 2016, which is being held from September 22nd to September 25th in Birmingham in the UK, will be able to try out Dishonored 2, as confirmed last week. A developer session hosted by Arkane's Art director Sebastien Mitton will also be held on September 22nd, where he will discuss his artistic approach for the new game.
Dishonored 2 launches on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 11th.
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