Dishonored: Definitive Edition Leaks, Fans Speculate Dishonored Announcement at E3

A sequel to the much-loved Dishonored looks set to release this year.

The Brazilian classification system has seemingly leaked Bethesda's plans to release a definitive edition of Dishonored for PS4 and Xbox One.

According to the Brazilian rating site, Dishonored: Definitive Edition is set for release in 2015.

The original Dishonored was released on PS3, Xbox 360, and PC, in 2012. The game was met with critical acclaim and holds a 91 on Metacritic.

Since Bethesda announced its intention of holding an E3 press conference at this year's event, speculation has been rife as to what they will show off. While hopes and expectations lie with Fallout 4 being revealed, many fans also expect a sequel to Dishonored to appear. However, recent reports suggest Dishonored 2 will be a no-show at E3 2015.

That being said, it seems Bethesda is still dedicated to the series and this could be a way to tide fans over and keep the game in public mind-space until the developers are ready to announce a fully-fledged sequel.

Expect more to be announced in four weeks at E3 2015. For more on Dishonored, Bethesda, ports and sequels, stay tuned to GameSkinny.


Published Feb. 8th 2018
  • topher339
    I'll certainly grab a copy. Dishonored is among my favorite 360 games. Everything about it was simply so well done. A second one would (hopefully) be just as successful.
  • Tenzin Kendrick

    Okay, seriously now, the lack of backwards compatibility makes this worth getting. In a world such as ours where Microsoft and Sony treat gaming history as if it has the black death (Dear Console Manufacturers, you are thinking of real history. I know, its an easy mistake), definitive editions are the only way to preserve gaming history outside of the unbearably smug PC master race.
  • The Soapbox Lord
    Featured Contributor
    Is this surprising to anyone?

    This repackaging of games practice is getting ridiculous, especially for the newer consoles.
  • topher339
    It is surprising to me. Usually only the biggest and most successful franchises ever get remastered (Last of Us, Tomb Raider, etc.). I never would have thought that they would make a definitive edition for Dishonored but I would argue that it actually is a game worthy of it. As the new gen consoles don't have any backwards compatibility, it makes it necessary to keep some games fresh and continually present in gamers' eyes.

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