Dishonored 2's potential absence at Bethesda's E3 2015 Press Conference, in a style befitting the game developer, they surprised everyone by showing off the stealth action release's official cinematic trailer alongside two of the RS Gold  company's other heavy-hitting franchises, Fallout 4 and Doom. Although ardent fans of the first-person game have been anticipating a sequel for the series since the initial installment debuted a few years back, it looks as if those gamers won't have much longer to wait, as Dishonored 2 will soon finish the second half of the franchise's incomplete story.As far as Dishonored 2's production team over at Arkane Studios

 

are concerned, the upcoming sequel is far more than just a continuation of Old School RuneScape Gold a business venture. In fact, the France-based video game developer has much more to investigate in terms of the motivations and drive behind the follow-up's new protagonist, Emily Kaldwin. When speaking in an interview with Mashable at E3 2015 a few weeks back, Arkane's co-founder and Dishonored 2's co-director Raphael Colantonio explains that Emily is essentially the heart of Dishonored's story, saying, Emily in the first one

 

was really an anchor to the world. There was not much worth saving other than her. So she became really interesting to us.For those of us who are unfamiliar with the nuts and bolts of the first game's plot, the story starts with Emily as the daughter to the murdered Empress Jessamine Kaldwin. After Jessamine's assassination, for which her mother's bodyguard-turned-assassin, Corvo Attano, is framed, Emily is soon kidnapped. Eventually, players take over the role of Corvo, who also happens to be the girl's father, to

 

mately rescue her, and put her under his protection. Essentially, Emily becomes an ethical barometer of sorts for the way gamers choose to play as Corvo.In reference to the young heroine's evolution in the RuneScape Old School Gold series, Dishonored 2's other co-director Harvey Smith says: She's special because she's watching you. If you play very violently, she changes in the game. So people were interested in Emily. You have this privileged girl who, instead of living the life she would have lived, got interrupted by this tragic event. But then she was raised by Corvo the rest of the way. So who would she be as an adult? Set roughly 15 years after the game's previous chapter,