A trailer for Dishonored 2 that was meant to be shown at E3 has leaked online as Gamespot has found, you can view it in full here.
The video opens with a quick introduction to Dishonored 2’s new setting, Karnaca, where a guard looks to be executing a citizen of the city. It moves on to show a female character, presumably Emily Kaldwin, falling into The Void, an alternate dimension inhabited by The Outsider. Another returning character from the original Dishonored.
This sequence is likely showing how Emily acquires her supernatural abilities, as she didn’t have them in the original.. The Outsider is shown catching Emily as she falls, and we get a good look at him. He looks like he’s aged since the first Dishonored.
We also get to see some of Emily’s abilities, including Mesmerize, which summons a strange obelisk to ensnare onlookers, and Shadow Walk. The game’s new mechanical enemies are also featured throughout.
The game is set to arrive November 11th, for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
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