Dishonored 2
"Dishonored 2" will let fans play as either Emily or Corvo. Bethesda

Bethesda is on a roll with the games that it has in the pipeline. Come the holiday season, it will be releasing the “Dishonored 2,” the sequel to the first-person action title.

The developer has also teased something that fans can look forward to in June at the E3 2016 tradeshow in Los Angeles. According to the official Bethesda website, the world premiere of the gameplay will be showcased on Jun 12, 7:00 p.m. PST. Those who cannot attend can still catch the gameplay live streamed on Bethesda’s social media channels.

Even before the trade show comes, fans can already see a couple of new details about the game, thanks to an exclusive with Game Informer. One NeoGAF user managed to get the information about the game, as reported by Gamepur.

As far as the story goes, it will follow Arkane Studios’ storyline, only the game will take place 15 years after its predecessor. During those 15 years, Corvo had been training Emily in the arts of being a magical assassin, in order to protect her from potential assassinations.

As such, players will take on the role of Emily in “Dishonored 2” at the start of the game, where she has to escape a coup d’etat. However, the player still has a choice of whether to keep playing as Emily or take on the role of Corvo.

“Dishonored 2” will involve two areas—Dunwall, where the game takes off, and Karnaca were the rest of the game will follow through. What will make the gameplay interesting is the combination of smarter guards and new powers for the main character.

Guards can now do more to chase and capture the player. On the flipside, players can use some of Emily’s new powers, such as Far Reach, Shadow Walk and the interesting Domino, where Emily can link up to four guards and cause a domino effect of damage from one guard to the next three. Additionally, there’s a lot more options in doing takedowns and fighting opponents, including non-lethal options.

Since the gameplay trailer is still a month away, fans can check out the announcement trailer, as seen below. “Dishonored 2” will land on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC on Nov. 11.

"Dishonored 2" announcement trailer (Credit: YouTube/Bethesda Softworks)