New Dishonored developer diary focuses on ‘Immersion’
Arkane Studios discuss the creative process that went into building the world and characters of Dunwall.
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Wednesday 12 September 2012
Following on from last weeks ‘Inception’ Dishonored developer documentary, Arkane Studios have released their ‘Immersion’ video which discusses the creative process that went into building the world and characters of Dunwall; the steampunk-inspired city which runs on a mixture of whale oil and mystique.
The development team takes us through the inspiration for the city’s setting, the strange technologies which players will be free to explore and the game’s voice cast which has breathed life into Dunwall’s citizens.
Need to know more? Then be sure to read our preview (with review to follow shortly) before the game’s release for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC on 12th October.
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