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You can complete Dishonored 2 without killing "a single person"

Dishonored 2's Harvey Smith on non-lethal play styles.

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Gamereactor recently had the chance to speak to Arkane's Harvey Smith about Dishonored 2 and how the game will accommodate different styles of play.

Smith explained that the game changes depending on which one of these characters you play as. "So it's the perspective of the character, it's the path you choose, high chaos or low chaos. It's which powers you choose to invest in, your play style whether it violent or not".

"This time we've added more non-lethal options", he continued, "so in the middle of combat you can choke someone out, you can drop attack someone without killing them. We've also added a no powers play through, where you can literally say no to the outsider and play the entire game without blink or possession or domino or mesmerise, far reach that sort of thing. There is just so many different ways to play the game".

Another interesting thing Smith mentioned while discussing the values of the game was that you "can play the entire game brutally, killing as many people as you want, or playing without killing or harming or fighting a single person". Throw in the no powers play through as well and there's lots of ways to experience the upcoming stealth 'em up.

Check out the full interview with Harvey Smith below, during which we discuss all things Dishonored related ahead of the game's launch on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 11.

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