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‘Dishonored 2’ Release Date Announced

It’s official! Dishonored 2 will be out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on Nov. 11 this year, according to an announcement from Bethesda. This obviously has all of us very excited: Dishonored was one of the most compelling games of the last generation, providing gamers with a truly revolutionary stealth experience that changed the genre forever.

Arkane Studio’s long-awaited sequel was first announced with a trailer during last year’s E3, but additional information about the game has been scarce. Here’s everything we know so far:

Choices, Choices


Players will choose between two protagonists, Corvo and Emily. Both of these characters were principle to the first game: Corvo was its playable character and Emily is the girl whom he rescued in the first game — she’s an adult in the sequel. The E3 trailer shows off some of her moves.

Talented Voices


Arkane Studio shared a list of some of the acting talent lending their voices to the game, including Vincent D’Onofrio from Daredevil, Pedro Pascal from Game of Thrones, Sam Rockwell from Moon, Jamie Hector from The Wire, and Rosario Dawson, another Daredevil usual. It sure sounds like they’re putting a lot of emphasis on the narrative, which is great!

Mechanical Baddies

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While the Tallboys from the first game were formidable robotic enemies, the trailer shows off a new kind of mechanical thug. We’re sure the new game will be brimming with brand new enemies, weapons, and powers.

Did you miss the first trailer? Check it out below!

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Matt Hadick

Matthew Hadick is a staff contributor at Fandom. He’s been covering video games in some capacity since around 2001. He loves classic science fiction, animation, and Katamari Damacy. He spends way too much time playing Downwell.

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