Dishonored 2 Install Size Revealed for PS4, Xbox One and PC

Dishonored 2 is the sequel to 2012’s Dishonored, and is scheduled to release for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on November, 9. This stealth action-adventure game is developed by Arkane Studios and is published by Bethesda Softworks. The install size for Dishonored 2 was revealed to be 43.53 GB.

The series take place in a fictional Empire of the Isles and the game itself is set in a coastal city names Karnaca, which is based on southern European countries, such as, Greece, Italy, and Spain. Dishonored 2 picks up years later after the first game, and allows the player to play as either, Empress Emily Kaldwin, or her protector, Corvo Attano.

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An interesting new feature added to the game is that the player can choose whether to play stealthily or not, and can finish the game without taking a life. Dishonored 2 gives the player the ability to alter the game’s story, allowing it to have multiple endings.

Similar to the first game, the player has access to supernatural powers, which are optional and the game can be played without them. If the player chooses to play without powers, the game is playable in their absence. Other than this, the upgrading system has been changed to a skill tree with multiple paths and various more possible upgrades.

  • Baelstrom

    Shame on Mahpara for knowing next to nothing about what they’re talking about:
    ‘An interesting new feature added to the game is that the player can choose whether to play stealthily or not, and can finish the game without taking a life. Dishonored 2 gives the player the ability to alter the game’s story, allowing it to have multiple endings.’

    Neither of the points you make are ‘new features’ to Dishonored, they existed within the first game as well

  • Jskid666

    It really grinds my gears to a fine fucking powder when it’s obvious that an article has little idea about what they’re talking about.

    “An interesting new feature added to the game is that the player can choose whether to play stealthily or not, and can finish the game without taking a life. Dishonored 2 gives the player the ability to alter the game’s story, allowing it to have multiple endings.”

    I get it that a journalist can’t know it all but a 2 minute google search (or common fucking sense about the main selling point of the first game) can show that a whole paragraph of a 5 paragraph text is dead wrong makes me mad. Also, I hope whoever reads this doesn’t take it to heart and has a nice fucking day! 🙂

    • Gleb Tsoy

      Dude, you’re so right, whoever wrote the article need to do a little research.