Dishonored 2 - Emily Kaldwin Spotlight

Dishonored 2 is going to hit the shelves very soon, as we expect to see it on our screens on November 11th. The game is set 15 years after the first part and follows the further stories of Corvo Attano, the main protagonist of the first game, and the Empress Emily Kaldwin, this time as a playable character. As the game opens, we will start our journey in the city of Dunwall, but progressing through the game, we will also have a chance to visit a city of Karnaca, based on southern Europe countries like Spain and Italy.

Emily’s abilities in Dishonored 2

Dishonored 2 is developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. In the video below, they showed us the development of Emily Kaldwin as a character, and the difference between playing as either Emily or Corvo. Both Emily and Corvo will use their own array of supernatural abilities.

Emily will have some of her own tricks up the sleeve, so she can deal with the enemies in this game, adding some new layers of gameplay to the field. Instead of “Blink”, Emily use “Far Reach”, which gives player a bit more control of her movement. Also, when you apply the Domino power to an enemy, other NPC will share the same fate as the first one. One of her biggest additions will also be the power of “Doppelganger”, a clone of Emily that can be further trained to attack its opponents.

As the game opens, we can see that Dunwall has prospered under the reign of Emily, who has also been training with Corvo to protect herself from assassins. Dunwall is plunged into chaos when the Empress is suddenly dethroned by an “otherworldly usurper”. What other powers and surprises Arkane Studios have in store for us, we will see soon – November 11th 2016.

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