Dishonored 2 misses spring release date, now hitting shelves in November

Bethesda’s sequel to 2012 stealth action title Dishonored is going to be released in November.

The publisher has announced that the follow-up will be launching worldwide on November 11th, 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

This is – obviously – considerably later than the spring release initially outlined when the game was revealed during Bethesda’s E3 press event last year.

Bethesda is hosting a second E3 press event this year on June 12th where the firm says we will see the first gameplay for the upcoming release.

In Dishonored 2, gamers can choose between playing as Empress Emily Kaldwin or the protaganist of the first title, Corvo Attano.

At its 2015 E3 presser, Bethesda also announced that the original Dishonored was being updated for the PS4 and Xbox One. That release hit shelves at the end of last year.

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