Sep 23, 2016 02:40 PM EDT | By Olivia Cavallaro
Arkane Studios and Bethesda's "Dishonored 2" is finally arriving after four years. The latest news to come out of the studio is that a new gameplay video has been released and it features "Creative Kills" and new powers that gamers will be looking forward to trying out come November.
The new "Dishonored 2" is a stealth action-adventure video game from Arkane Studios which will let players select how they want to play. Gamers can choose from playing as Empress Emily Kaldwin or her father, Corvo Attano, as they journey to reclaim the throne after Corvo was framed for his wife's murder. The upcoming game is a sequel to 2012's "Dishonored," which was released to positive reviews from game critics.
According to Engadget, the new gameplay video for "Dishonored 2" features "Creative Kills" and new powers that gamers would love to try out. For those who are interested in playing as Emily, you'll see her chaining her enemies together and dragging them through an electrified gate. It seems that hell hath no fury than a woman scorned, indeed. She also throws a decoy using telekinesis.
For Corvo fans, the new gameplay video for "Dishonored 2" features "Creative Kills" and new powers such as his ability to access "Springrazor" mines that shoot shrapnel when it hits its target. He plants these on his opponents and kicks them using the "Blink Assault," which is also impressive.
Of course, there's also the Shadow Walk by Emily and Bend Time of Corvo in "Dishonored 2." Polygon recommends using multiple powers at the same time, however, in order to make the best impact and destroy opponents.
Attack of the Fanboy previously reported that those who pre-order "Dishonored 2" will receive the "Dishonored: Definitive Edition," which was released last year, for free. On top of that, there's no news yet on what additional freebies are coming to "Dishonored 2."
"Dishonored 2" will arrive to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC beginning November 11.
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