The first-person adventure takes place in a weird alternate reality where the nearly submerged world is ruled by an island empire that runs off of a whale blubber economy. Like I said, weird. But not that bad on the eyes. Aside from ladies of the night, the screens show off some combat, surveillance and a broader hint at the kind of society that you'll be walking into in Dishonored. The sense of mystery generated by these visuals definitely pique my interest. C'mon, Bethesda, let's hear a release date already.
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