Dishonored 2 will be a longer game than its predecessor. Harvey Smith, Co-creative Director at Arkane Studios twitted that if the first Dishonored was 8-12 hours for most people, the sequel will probably offer 12-20 hours of gameplay. How long it will take to complete the campaign will most likely depend on the way you play – either stealthily sneaking past the guards or aggressively cutting your way through them. The game is going to feature two playable protagonists with different skills, playstyles, and mission objectives.
At last week’s E3 Bethesda Softworks devoted a lot of time to showcase Dishonored 2. The gameplay footage shown at their media briefing featured Emily Kaldwin, the second protagonist of the game. We could see her superpowers in action, the greater measure of verticality in location design as well as the new type of levels, in which your superpowers don’t work but you can go back and forth in time between the ruined present and the lavish past.
Dishonored 2 is coming out on November 11, 2016 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.