Dishonored 2 gets a release date, star studded cast!


Earlier this week, Bethesda announced that the upcoming first person stealth adventure game, Dishonored 2, will be coming out on November 11th for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Bethesda also dropped a star studded cast to make the announcement even more impressive.

The game’s two assassins will be voiced this time around, with returning assassin Corvo Attano with Stephen Russell providing his voice. Russell may sound familiar to Bethesda fans, as he provided the voice for fan favourite Fallout 4 companion, Nick Valentine. He will be joined by Erica Luttrell (Steven Universe), who will voice Emily Kaldwin, replacing Chloë Grace Moretz who voiced the princess in the original.

At least one other character from the original game will be returning, The Outsider, however this time he will be voiced by Robin Lord Taylor of Gotham fame. Rounding out the cast is key members of Marvel’s Daredevil, Vincent D’Onofrio, who provides the voice for Luca Abele; the Duke of Serkonos, and Rosario Dawson, who voices Meagan Foster; the Dreadful Wale captain.

Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones) voices Paolo, the leader of the Howler gang, while Jamie Hector (The Wire) plays Liam Byrne, the Vice Overseer. Finally, Sam Rockwell (Moon, Seven Psychopaths) voices Mortimer Ramsey of the Dunwall City Watch.

Dishonored 2 takes place 15 years after the last game and will allow you to choose between Corvo and Emily as the game’s protagonist. Like in the previous game, you’ll be able to complete the game without killing anybody.