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'Dishonored 2' leaves the shadows on November 11th

The first gameplay will be shown at Bethesda's E3 showcase.
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Dishonored 2 will launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC on November 11th, giving fans another taste of supernatural assassination. The sequel was first unveiled at Bethesda's E3 press conference last year, along with a tentative "Spring 2016" release window. Clearly, that date hasn't panned out. Little is known about the game, other than it's set in the city of Karnaca and features two playable characters -- Dishonored hero Corvo Attano and Empress Emily Kaldwin. As before, you'll be able to choose how you tackle each foe, focusing on stealth or a more 'guns blazing' approach.

This month's issue of Game Informer has 14 pages dedicated to the game, no doubt revealing some fresh tidbits. Otherwise, you'll have to wait until June 12th to find out more -- Arkane Studios, the game's developer, will be showing off some footage at Bethesda's E3 showcase in Los Angeles.

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