updating: Cheers, Trial version of Dishonored 2 Officially available from now on - all you have to do is log in to your accountSteam In your browser or dedicated desktop application, download and enjoy. Successfully!
Original Article: The action and stealth game launched at the end of last year is really determined to convince you to give it a try
The last quarter of 2016 was unusually busy with important, invested and big game titles, and in a situation like this not everyone had a chance to stand out and gain her fame they deserved. One example of this might be the recent title from the French and distributor Arkane Studios Bethesda Softworks - is Dishonored 2, which came to us in November 2016.
The title that continued the stories of the elite mystic assassin Corbo Atano received absolutely positive reviews from both critics and most players, with a score of between 86 and 88 out of 100 in Metacritic and 73 percent of positive reviews from users ofSteam, But it seems that even that was not enough for him to become a hit that his creators hoped to get - which brings a slightly surprising move now, a little less than five months after the launch.
Starting tomorrow, April 6, Dishonored 2 will be available on the Steam platform (And also in Sony and Microsoft's online stores on PlayStation 4 and onXbox One) in a free and free trial version, in which players will be able to enjoy the first three missions in the plot mode of the ambitious title, both as Corbo and as the second protagonist who joined in this episode, Empress Emily Caldwin. If you get excited and decide that the game is worth your financial investment, you can also purchase it now for half of its full recommended price - $ 30, and keep what you managed to do as part of the free version.
This may be quite surprising, but it seems that after years of disappearing almost completely, 'game demos' (now commonly referred to as trial versions) are making quite a comeback, with more and more developers and distributors realizing that focused and calculated free tasting can help them significantly improve The interest in their products, especially in the period after the initial enthusiasm that dissipated, and also in an era where a platform like Steam Allows you to choose to claim a refund for purchasing the game even after two hours of trying it out.
Do you like this concept that is making a comeback in the digital age, or would it be better for you to get along without it? Feel free to share us in the comments, and also tell us what you guys think up to Dishonored 2, along the way.