Arkane discuss their concept for Dishonored in new developer documentary
'Inception' video focuses on the design challenges posed by Arkane Studios' complex adventure.
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Friday 07 September 2012
To say we’re looking forward to the release of Arkane Studios’ Dishonored is to put it mildly, and just to whet our appetite just that little bit more Bethesda have released the first in a series of developer documentaries which take us inside the game’s ‘unique world’.
This first video entitled ‘Inception’ discusses the ‘concept and creation’ of Dishonored, with a particular emphasis on the title’s distinctive art direction and multifaceted gameplay that so impressed us in our hands-on with the game earlier in the year.
Dishonored will be available on 12 October 12 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.
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