Dishonored continues to sell well, says Pete Hines


Dishonored looks like a good new IP for Bethesda and Arkane Studios, as the game continues to sell well, Pete Hines revealed.

“Thanks to everyone who’s been buying/playing Dishonored. Sales folks are all smiles today after another big weekend. Hooray for new IP!” ,” he tweeted.

We do not have the exact sales figures, but they should be more than half a million copies sold, judging from all the reports.

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Gaming lover, web developing graduate, founder and developer at Starblind Entertainment. Keep your eye out for news, reviews, previews and opinion articles, as well as game projects. Follow me on Twitter @CrashOkami.

5 Comments on "Dishonored continues to sell well, says Pete Hines"

  1. TheGrimOfDeath October 22, 2012 at 4:19 pm -

    Not bad, not bad at all for a new IP. Looks like a Dishonored 2 might be in their books.

  2. Ernice Gilbert October 22, 2012 at 4:37 pm -

    Indeed. Happy to hear the game’s performing well.

  3. narwall14 October 22, 2012 at 11:28 pm -


    I think they should make a co-op version of skyrim so me and my brother can play

  4. TheGrimOfDeath October 23, 2012 at 4:02 am -

    ^ Why so you want to make the ps3 more crappy? *sniff* HOW COULD YOU.

  5. nick October 23, 2012 at 4:43 am -

    so i guess the myth of no one likes stealth games is well and truly busted!
    now can we PLEASE have some old school spy espionage stealth games back!?
    i miss the good old ps1 days with all the 007 and mission impossible titles, they were so freaking sweet!
    i wish SEGA and obsidian would consider doing a alpha protocol 2, the original was such a fantastic concept!
    in fact if there was a award for best idea, worst execution, in the history of video games, alpha protocol would be the winner!
    such a awesome concept, so many innovative perfect ambitious ideas, but so poorly executed.
    there always has to be a catch!

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