In other news, Bethesda have announced via their official blog that Dishonored 2 will be getting a New Game+ mode as well as further difficulty settings in a future update expected to arrive sometime next month. This update fixes some bugs that caused unexpected crashes and improves the overall stability of the game, in addition to optimising the performances on mid-range configurations. Many were having the same issues in Dishonored 2, which prompted the devs to make a move.
The new options will bring replayability to the action because now you'll even be able to play it with no powers whatsoever. Recently, Bethesda released a system update to fix some of the glitches in the game's PC version. Gamers are advised to use the new NVIDIA driver 375.95 to help address framerate issues in "Dishonored 2".
Fixes and AMD cloth physics issue, which impacts framerates at various points in the game.
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The addition of a New Game + mode is especially welcome in Dishonored 2 because the early levels of the game aren't "tutorial" or dumbed-down sections.
Fixes an issue affecting CPU task priority - the game no longer switches CPU task priority.
Dishonored 2 is (somewhat surprisingly) one of the best games of the year, with Bethesda and Arkane really delivering on a sequel that innovates and refines around every corner.