Dishonored 2 Clockwork Mansion Videos - Low & High Chaos

Bethesda Softworks has released two brand new trailers for Dishonored 2, featuring low and high chaos styles of play. Dishonored 2 is an upcoming stealth action adventure, and a sequel to 2012’s Dishonored.

The videos will show you the new protagonist, Emily Kaldwin, as she uses her superpowers to free Anton Sokolov and kill the Grand Inventor.
Emily will venture into the Clockwork Mansion – watch her as she uses the lethal and non-lethal ways to complete the mission.


In the low chaos video, we can see Emily using her Far Reach ability – basically a teleport that pulls her rapidly across distances. There is also a new ability called Domino – selecting multiple targets will link them and they will share the same fate. Taking down the first target will result in taking down the other ones instantly. Later on in the video, she uses another new ability called Shadow Walk, assuming a stealth form to cross distances undetected. Mesmerize is the new skill which summons a void spirit to enthrall enemies as you move along undetected. Using the Dark Vision ability, you will be able to see through wall and carefully plan your movement.


In the high chaos trailer, we can see Emily slicing enemies using the spectacular Shadow walk, then linking 3 enemies with Domino, killing one and the other two dying as a result. The Doppelganger skill will summon a shade to attract enemies to that position. She also uses sticky bombs and stun mines to quickly eliminate the Grand Inventor’s robot guards.

As you can see, in Dishonored 2, you have the ability to complete your objective any way you want, using different superpowers and gadgets at your disposal. You can get very creative with your approach, which results in some epic and memorable moments.

Dishonored 2 will be released on November 11th for Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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