How to stay stealthy in Dishonored

Fresh gameplay footage emerges from the shadows.

In reward for being crowned Eurogamer's Game of Gamescom 2012, we've been sent a brand new trailer for marvellous-looking steampunk adventure Dishonored.

(It may have been sent to other people as well, but that's beside the point.)

Cast your eyes below for three minutes of gameplay footage focusing on Dishonored's nifty stealth features, which demonstrate how darkness, distractions and general dastardliness can aid the player.

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