Bethesda has chose to offer the first three missions of Dishonored 2 as a free trial on April 6th.
Considering the hectic holiday season rush of games that came past year, a few of you might have missed out on Dishonored 2, Bethesda's exquisite follow-up to the original stealth/action/adventure game.
Bethesda has announced that it will release a special free trial version of Dishonored 2 later this week, set to arrive on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on April 6. This so-called "free trial"-or, as it would have been called in the past, demo-will let you play as Corvo or Emily as you embark on a sneak peek of the second entry in this budding franchise".
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For IGN's thoughts on the game, check out our Dishonored 2 review and why we believe it's a "superb sequel from every angle" that "accommodates any type of chaos you choose to throw at it". Gamers will be able to upgrade to the full game and maintain their save data.
Three missions is actually pretty generous of Bethesda.
Those who decide to buy the game after the trial will be able to transfer all of their progress and will thus be able to pick up the campaign right where they left off. How will you combine your powerful supernatural abilities, weapons and gadgets to eliminate your enemies?