When it comes to a game like Dishonored , the necessity of full immersion is obvious.

In a first-person adventure with multiple gameplay mechanics, the action will demand your attention. But the environment and futuristic steam punk-ish backdrop will handle the heavy lifting when it comes to immersion.

Bethesda and developer Arkane Studios continue to release new media for their promising upcoming title, Dishonored . The latest is another developer documentary; this one is fittingly entitled Immersion, and visual design director Viktor Antonov starts by saying he had to create very realistic things that don't actually exist in reality. Other designers step in and talk, too; you gotta check it out if you're interested in Dishonored , which hits on October 9.

Related Game(s): Dishonored

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WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
8 years ago

"Create things that don't exist." That is the quote of the week ūüôā

Looking amazing as ever, can't wait to immerse myself in this world next month. You can't say these guys didn't do their homework and put their heart into this production. I sincerely hope it is a hit with gamers.


Last edited by WorldEndsWithMe on 9/11/2012 11:31:58 AM

xenris
xenris
8 years ago

I love what I keep seeing from this game. Going to stop watching videos now so I don't spoil anything when I get the game.

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
8 years ago

The more I see of Dishonored, the more jazzed up I become.

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8 years ago

so cant wait for this!
i wish we would see allot more eastern developers pop up, they just do things so differently!
and there f*cking awesome!!!!!!!!!
the witcher 2 for instance, THE best RPG we have had all generation!