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Dishonored tells the story of one man's quest for revenge in an otherworldly industrialized city. While touch-points recall elements of our real world, Dishonored is actually set in a startling and dangerous land quite different from our own. Though the game is primarily set within the boundaries of a single city, the folks at Arkane Studios feel that there needs to be a depth and authenticity to the game world that can only be provided by creating a complete fiction beyond the borders of that city. Our interactive map shows the breadth of that vision, detailing elements of the surrounding world from geography and science to religion and industry. Click on the image below to begin your exploration.
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The game looks futuristic with the art design and they are just discovering whale blubber for fuel? SteamPunk has been done to death in our world, I'm interested to see there take on it.
This seems like it could turn out to be a very awesome game. What isn't awesome is that the fact my magazine hasn't arrived yet...
I'm getting an futuristic Elder Scrolls vibe. I'm liking it. :)
I love the amount of lore included with every bethesda game.
As long as we can explore the entire world I am very stoked
This map reminds me of Arcanum. If only Bethesda would remake the game... :P
Dishonored 2: Tyvia
I'm such a Bethesda fan boy. I'm super excited about this game and don't know much about it. I have not seen a single second of gameplay or cinematic lol.
Just what every gamer needs; New IP, get with it other game developers. Dishonored looks like it will be awesome, all the info in the magazine just made me want to see more of this game.
Very cool feature, well done with snagging the exclusive and posting stuff like this. Love you guys.
Reminds me of Westeros: 7 kingdoms on the left, and the continent across the narrow sea on the right
Whales would now be extinct if we hadn't learned how to refine petroleum into stuff like kerosene.
But the big question is: exactly how big is this city? And is there any sandbox aspect?
they got some weird names for place on this map
This game looks different.
The Fugue Feast seems very cool... the calendar reminds me of the Aztec culture I am reading about in "Aztec"- a historical fiction book by Gary Jennings.
Sounds like a weird but interesting game.