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Bethesda still delivering free content for Dishonored 2

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Bethesda announced free bonus content for Dishonored 2 and Death of the Outsider. The publisher included Black and White and Mission+ modes along with the original pre-order bonus for all players who log in to their Bethesda account.

Dishonored 2 is more than two years old and despite that, Bethesda are still adding more content to Dishonored 2, which is pretty nice. It's even nicer that they're giving it for free to all the players who log into their Bethesda account.

The update brings two new modes to Dishonored 2 and 2018's standalone expansion Death of the Outsider. One is a Black and White mode which adds the option to switch between the normal visuals and a new style which is, of course, all black and white with the exception of red blood. We would say it's a perfect addition to the gothic steampunk world of Dishonored 2.

Mission+ is the other addition which allows the players to experiment with all skills and powers. It gives you the opportunity to revisit all past missions but with access to all powers and weapons without any limitations. This one will certainly allow the players to find a bunch of new ways to complete missions and assassinate targets.

Along with these two features, Bethesda is gifting the original pre-order bonus to everyone. Makes you feel smart for pre-ordering, right? It's the Imperial Assassin Pack and it includes Duelist’s Luck bone charm, Void Favor bone charm, In-game Antique Serkonan Guitar for Emily or Corvo to interact with, In-game book Goodbye, Karnaca – A Musician’s Farewell and 500 bonus coins. 

It's a great bonus addition to those who already own Dishonored 2 but were cautious enough not to pre-order. Nice.

Bethesdapicture showing dead soldier lying on the groundDishonored 2 Black and White mode

All this stuff looks like a relatively substantial update for Dishonored 2 and Death of the Outsider. These are single-player experiences and it's not that common that games of this type get such additions years after release. It's also nice to see Bethesda doing something right for a change as they're in all sorts of troubles with their post-apocalyptic online RPG Fallout 76.

Anyway, If you're looking to hit the streets and roofs of Karnaca City, you can get the free content update on Bethesda's official website.