Dishonored Low and High Chaos Endings
SPOILER ALERT: This video contains the low and high chaos endings for Dishonored!
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That doesn't show the high chaos ending, where Emily dies at the end (Corvo doesn't save her). Massive internal strife and the plague kills everyone
just finished it 1st time ..low chaos, without detection, and only 1 kill, overseer Campbell.
so far my best game of 2012.
Really enjoyed this game, it was facinating trying not to kill anyone for a change. I ended up with the low chaos ending. Respect to those who managed to finish the game without being detected or without killing anyone. Back to Boarderlands 2 now :-)
I noticed if you help Piero & Sokolov build the machine in mission 8, no matter how low your chaos level was, the mission will end with high if you you decide to kill everyone with the machine. The level will carry on through the final mission. So that's the quick way to change the ending. Save another one before decide which way the machine will do. Nice game!
I am at the last mission (low chaos) ...this game is fabulous in every aspect ....enjoyed the stealthy approach a lot, way better than rushing the enemies like a fool, gunning and running, hacking and slashing your way to the target . the best replay value ever.....this game is definitely GOTY for me unless Hitman absolution perfects the enemies' AI, the stealth mechanics and better give us multiple more complicated and intriguing pathways to choose from.
Although Dishonored is built from scratch, not a sequel to a dying franchise, it stood up high.... it would be a big mistake if they made a sequel or a prequel of some sort though
@moataz1993 Are you kidding??? A sequel would be the best thing to ever happen to this title. I could see something like Emily grown up and is at war with another country or something. Corvo would have to sneak around to pick up intel or assassinate targets or something. That would be so stinking awesome!
@smokeless_0225 @moataz1993 that would ruin the idea of the game, the happy/sad ending would be busted, plus there is always the chance that if the sequel turns up with enough money, dishonored would turn into a franchise, running up to dishonored 5, with no stealth mechanics, where you just shoot and slash the crap out of everyone.