The Dishonored series is well known for its beautiful and intricate levels that offer up seemingly endless options and freedom. Dishonored 2 is following that trend and, if the Clockwork Mansion mission I’ve played is anything to go by, pushing the boundaries even further. I spoke to level designer Christophe Carrier about the key things that make a Dishonored level.

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