New Dishonored animated short tells the stories behind the game

Dishonored

By on September 26, 2012 at 12:55 pm

I’m not going to call this one a trailer, but there’s a new animated short for Dishonored telling us the dark and disturbing stories behind the game’s city, Dunwall. This first chapter in the Tales from Dunwall series, The Awakening, tells us the story of Esmond Roseburrow, the man behind the city’s technological revolution, and it sets the scene nicely for the game.

As I say, this is only chapter one, so while there are no clues given as to when the next episode will be out, Dishonored itself comes out on October 12 — so we will presumably see them all before then. Check it out below.

While you’re here, why not check out our interview with the game’s producer, or our hands-on time in Lady Boyle’s mansion?

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oh sweet :) not long now…

 
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