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"I want to see people get hurt!": Watch GamesRadar+ play Dishonored: Death of the Outsider

Somehow the GamesRadar+ team has found time to play something other than Destiny 2 this week, so you can watch James and Zoe work their stabby way through the first level of standalone, spin-off adventure Dishonored: Death of the Outsider. Set a few months after the end of Dishonored 2, this stabby semi-sequel stars Billie Lurk, the one armed-assassin whose distinctive voice is provided by Daredevil star Rosario Dawson. 

In this first level James and Zoe chat to rats, investigate a black magic boxing club and go off on a bit of a tangent about Moana. They're supposed to be looking for Lurk's former mentor, also known as the super assassin the "Knife of Dunwall." What they actually do is spend a long time looking for one of the game's many bonecharms (like a hideous key ring that grants special perks to Billie) and upset a lot of bald, angry cultists called the Eyeless. 

"I don't know whether there will be additional Dishonored games. But certainly for this arc related to the Rat Plague and Jessamine and those characters, this is definitely a finale, it feels like," series director Harvey Smith told GamesRadar+. "There may be something new that we do or not, I don't know. But for this part... It feels like if we did something new we'd take a jump, you know."

Will James and Zoe penetrate the guarded backrooms of the boxing club? Can they stealth their way in or will it be a massacre? And will they ever find a damned bonecharm? Watch and find out. 

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is out now on PS4, Xbox One and PC. 

Rachel Weber
Rachel Weber

Rachel Weber is the US Managing Editor of GamesRadar+ and lives in Brooklyn, New York. Rachel began working in games journalism in 2006, combing her love of video games with her passion for writing. Starting as a fresh-faced staff writer of Official PlayStation Magazine, she went on to cover the business side of the industry with GamesIndustry.biz, before joining Rolling Stone's ambitious - if short-lived - Glixel project in 2016. She returned to Future and joined GamesRadar+ in 2017, revitalizing the news coverage and building new processes and strategies for the US team.


Throughout her 15 years of experience, Rachel has interviewed celebrities about their gaming habits, chatted with PlayStation and Xbox bosses, written thousands of words of previews, reviews, and news, and appeared as an expert on BBC radio and TV. In the name of games journalism, she's also taken rap lessons, appeared on the streets of London as a zombie, tried her hand at sword-fighting, and taken part in more than one 24-hour gaming marathons. 


When she's not on duty for GamesRadar expect to see her hunting down the weirdest indie games on Steam, curling up with the latest horror novel, or binging the newest must-see crime documentary. You can find her at @therachelweber on Twitter.