Deathloop artwork and logo

[Update #2]: Deathloop has now arrived and, outside of some early performance problems, it seems to be getting a pretty positive reception.

[Update]: Arkane has detailed the PC system requirements and advanced settings for Deathloop.

The last few times I talked about Deathloop it was solely to announce bad news and delays. Today, however, I'm delighted to say that I come as a bearer of good tiding as Bethesda and Arcane have just released a rather lengthy gameplay preview!

So if you're curious what the time-bending shooter Deathloop has to offer, as well as how similar the whole thing will be to Arkane's Dishonored series, you'll find your answers right below. Have a peek:

One of the biggest issues with Dishonored was that the game actively discouraged you from using all of your ridiculous tools and weapons, so to see Deathloop fully embrace all of that chaos is filling me with a great deal of joy. It also helps that the presentation is so extremely stylish, especially the soundtrack. After all, it's not every day you get to hear jazz as the music of choice for rampages! So as long as nothing goes terribly wrong between now and its launch, I have a feeling Deathloop will end up being a pretty good time.

Speaking of which, you can expect to see Deathloop on both PC and PlayStation 5 on September 14, 2021. To learn more about it, or just keep track of any additional gameplay details, you should hop on over to the Bethesda website. Enjoy!