Dishonored 2 Does Not Need To Sell Like Fallout 4 According To Bethesda PR
A year ago was a milestone for Bethesda Softworks as Fallout 4 stood tall for the publisher by proving to have a level deserving as Game of the Year. Today, the publisher is mostly done with Fallout 4, giving the floor to Dishonored 2.
The Dishonored series that came out on 2012 will be having its second installment on Nov. 11. While the game is thought of highly by gamers, it is certainly not on the same level as Fallout 4 since hype for the latter had reached astonishing heights and at the same time delivered what the fans wanted.
Dishonored 2, on the other hand, will probably not going to sell as high as Fallout 4, but Bethesda has no concern over this, WeWriteThings.com reports.
Bethesda Softworks' Marketing and PR boss Pete Hines expresses his expectations for Dishonored 2 stating that they are doing good with checking through each game and fully understanding their potential but not to the point that they would compare Dishonored 2 or Doom with Fallout 4's success. They think that it would not be fair for both the studios and the games itself. "I don't think someone like yourself would ever look at Dishonored 2 and say: 'Absolutely, that is the same as Skyrim in terms of its potential'. It is a different game from a different studio. It can still achieve enormous success and not be Skyrim," Hines talked with MCV.
Dishonored 2 will be arriving in less than a couple of months and fans are looking forward to it. Bethesda has shown gamers a lot of reasons to be hyped about the game, and the new gameplay trailer below would prove that. The footage shows some of the 'Creative Kill' move sets players will enjoy when the game is out including the assumption that corvo Attano and Emily Kaldwin will have different abilities.
Dishonored 2 will be coming out Nov. 11 for the PS4, PC, and Xbox One. Are you excited about this game? Hit us with your comments below.
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