The list of achievements for Arkane Studios and Bethesda’s forthcoming stealth-action title Dishonored 2 reveals itself, and it contains lots of spoilers.
As anticipation mounts for what many believed to be one of the best games on-hand at E3 2016, plenty of fans for Dishonored 2 are surely wondering what is in store for them when it comes to the game’s narrative. With this being the case, the developers at Arkane Studios and Bethesda recently published a full list of Dishonored 2‘s general and story-specific achievements, the latter of which contain multiple spoilers for the plot.
Of course, not every Dishonored 2 fan is going to be keen on having story elements ruined for them before the game’s release date, so it would be best for those who wish to avoid spoilers to back out right now. Gamers who decide to follow through with the rest of the article, though, can find the full details on the stealth-action title’s achievements in the image below.
As far as Dishonored 2‘s general achievements are concerned, players will be rewarded handsomely for utilizing stealth, theft, and murder, as well as playing through without being seen or killing anyone. The only achievements explicitly tied to the two main characters of Emily and Corvo are given to players who complete the game with them.
When it comes to Dishonored 2‘s story achievements, there are indeed a lot, which hopefully speaks to the game having a sizable length for its campaign, but perhaps most interestingly is the one related to Delilah. With the character being able to use paintings to steal spirits or essences of a person, those who manage to take Delilah’s soul will be awarded with The Spirit Thief achievement.
For those unaware, Delilah has already been spotted on the propaganda poster that comes with Dishonored 2‘s Collector’s Edition, but she has been dubbed the “new” Empress Delilah Kaldwin, after having her last name be Copperspoon. In the franchise’s initial release, she was a part of the original The Knife of Dunwall DLC and was the primary antagonist in The Brigmore Witches expansion. With that in mind, Delilah’s making her return in Dishonored 2, so players will have to presumably finish her off once and for all.
Taking the huge chunk of achievements into consideration, both general and story-related, it makes sense that Arkane Studios recently stated that Dishonored 2 can’t be fully understood in one playthrough, and requires fans to tackle it at least once more in order to experience all of its content. Of course, when it comes to in-game materials, quantity doesn’t necessarily denote quality, so one can only hope that Dishonored 2 has refined the aspects of the first title in the series to make for an even more enjoyable experience as a follow-up.
Dishonored 2 is set to release on November 11, 2016 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Source: VG 24/7