Finale of Dishonored Series Is Dishonored Death of the Outsider
Arkane Studios’ Smith Harvey was interviewed by GamesRadar recently where he mentioned that Dishonored Death of the Outsider could be the finale of the Dishonored Series.
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Smith Harvey is the series director of Arkane Studios, in his interview with GamesRadar he said that “First of all, this feels like some kind of finale to the arc of the Dishonored games that relate to the political assassination of Jessamine Kaldwin… Corvo [protagonist of Dishonored] was standing there, her bodyguard and lover, while it happened. Emily [co-protagonist of Dishonored 2], her daughter was standing there. David [protagonist of Dishonored’s DLC expansions] was there because he pushed the knife in. And Billie Lurk [protagonist of Death of the Outsider] was there because she was part of the crew that assassinated Jessamine.”
At first, Death of the Outsider was supposed to be an expansion for Dishonored 2, however, there was a change of heart making it a standalone game. If you haven’t played the previous games of the Dishonored series, that is okay as well, because it has a complete story on its own.
As Smith said, they were able to create the game that is actually playable on its own having an introduction to the world, story and game mechanics.
“I don’t know whether there will be additional Dishonored games. But certainly for this arc related to the Rat Plague and Jessamine and those characters, this is definitely a finale, it feels like,” Smith said.
Dishonored Death of the Outsider officially releases on September 15, 2017, available for PC (Steam), PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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No technical issues will be seen in the Dishonored Death of the Outsider as compared to Dishonored 2, announced by Developers.