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Try Dishonored 2 for free this weekend

Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions all included

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Dishonored 2 - E3 2016 screenshots Bethesda

The first three levels of Dishonored 2 will be free to play this weekend. The free trial includes the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game as well as the PC version through Steam.

The sequel to the 2012 hit came out late last year and reviewed well at many outlets, including here at Polygon. The game was ranked at number seven in our list of the top 10 games of 2016.

“Two levels in this game,” Polygon wrote in January, “The Clockwork Mansion and A Crack in the Slab, are some of the most memorable and interesting missions I’ve played. In any game. Ever. They’re a masterclass on the underappreciated artform of level design.”

The free trial ends right before “The Clockwork Mansion.” A press release issued by Bethesda today says that progress will carry over after the trial period if you decide to purchase the full game.

Dishonored 2 has been steadily updated since its launch. Perfectionists and completionists alike will be pleased to know that a recent update will allow you to select missions once you’ve completed them.

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