New Dishonored Developer Diary Discusses Immersion, Design and Voice Actors

on September 11, 2012 2:02 PM

Dishonored is definitely shaping up very nicely for a game about which we knew nothing as late as a year ago.

One of the elements that makes the game so damn appealing is the beautiful design of the city of Dunwall and of the people and machinery that populate it, creating an immersive setting that reminds us of an industrial revolution London, but manages to feel alien in an eerie way at the same time.

Today Bethesda released the second developer diary video dedicated to the game, letting part of the design team talk about the philosophy behind the creation of the world of Dishonored, and give us a glimpse on the voice actors that will lend their vocal cords to the characters that we will get to meet in Dunwall.

You can check the full video out below.

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