Posted May 15, 2018 02:09:11The Dishonoured 2 trailer has finally been shown, and it’s not all that great.
It’s not a great trailer.
We’re looking at you, the player.
We know you’re bored.
The trailer opens with an action-heavy chase scene and then transitions to a short shot of the town.
There’s no combat, so there’s no time to really build a rapport.
There are also no cutscenes.
The game’s main protagonist, Elizabeth, has just completed a murder, and she’s just got to go to the police station to confess.
She’s just waiting for the right time to confess, but that’s not how she wants to play it.
Elizabeth is a bit of a loner.
It seems she’s never done anything with anyone else in her life.
Her mother died when she was young, and when she turned 18, she was supposed to go back to college, but she didn’t.
She lives with her boyfriend, who has a lot of responsibilities, but Elizabeth wants to go out with him.
It’s unclear what Elizabeth is doing in the next 30 seconds of the trailer, but it seems like she’s in the middle of a big life decision.
We don’t know what the game is going to do with Elizabeth.
We’ve never seen her act like this before.
We’ll find out more as we watch the game.
The gameplay itself is pretty lackluster.
The first thing you see is a map of the area, which is just filled with cutscenes and character designs.
The game’s cutscenes are very short, and the character models are pretty basic.
We are supposed to look forward to exploring more of the game’s world and characters.
There aren’t any cutscenes at all in the trailer.
The last 30 seconds or so of the video show Elizabeth getting ready to confess to her killer.
This is probably a good time to mention that Elizabeth is wearing a suit that looks like a dress.
This isn’t exactly a game-changing reveal.
The suit is a standard suit, and Elizabeth’s face doesn’t change as she talks to the murderer.
Elizabeth doesn’t even have a hood.
This seems like it’s going to be the one moment of exposition that the player gets.
The killer doesn’t reveal any information.
The next thing you know, Elizabeth is ready to say, “Yes, I did it.”
It’s not like Elizabeth is in some deep conversation with the murderer, though.
She just tells him she did it.
The only thing the player really gets to see in this video is Elizabeth’s reaction to her own confession.
Elizabeth has said that she was going to confess because she was tired of living with her mother.
The other characters have also told her they were tired of her mother, too.
We can’t say we’re impressed.
We were hoping that we would see a bit more of Elizabeth, who is so clearly not the heroine of the story.
She looks like she has a long journey ahead of her, but the trailer just doesn’t give us that much to cheer about.
We can only hope the game continues to make her more interesting.