Dishonored 2 Guide – Cheat Codes, Collectibles Locations, Powers And More

A complete guide for Dishonored 2.

Posted By | On 17th, Nov. 2016 Under Article, Video Game Tips | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


Dishonored 2 is here- and the thing with it is, it’s basically a full fledged expansion of the original game. I mean that in the best way possible- if you liked the original game, then Dishonored 2, which offers more of everything that the first game did, but better, will really appeal to you. Dishonored 2 has the same open ended gameplay, nuanced mechanics, reams of content, and the choices and consequences based mechanics that made the first game so beloved.

Through this guide we are going to cover complete guides for collectibles and locations for all safe combinations, bonecharms, runes, blueprints, decorative objects, paintings, numbered plates for 3 clockwork soldiers, journals, and audiographs.

We have also included cheats and cheat codes for unlimited health, mana, ammo, infinite oxygen, runes and no money. Furthermore, we also take a look at how you can unlock some of the trophies and achievements in the game along with guides for weapons, equipment, enhancements and powers.

Let’s get started.

ALL COLLECTIBLES AND LOCATIONS GUIDE:

ALL SAFE COMBINATION LOCATIONS

In Dishonored 2, you can find a whole lot of safes with all sorts of loot in them- which means you always want to open them, and which, in turn, means you want the combinations to open said safes. That’s where this section of the guide comes in- the videos in the playlist below will help you find all the safe combinations hidden in the game.

Man, this game has a lot of collectibles- a lot of them. In this section of the guide, we’ll list out all the different kinds of collectibles you can find in the game, and also show you where exactly to find specific ones of those. Once again, without further ado, let us begin.

All Bonecharms, Runes, and Blueprints Locations

In each mission of Dishonored 2, you can find yourself some bonecharms, ruins, and blueprints, among other things, as collectibles. This section of the guide covers how to find these through to the end of the fifth mission of the game.

All Decorative Objects

There are 10 Decorative Objects hidden in Dishonored 2– and this section of the guide shows you just how to find all of them.

All Paintings Collectibles

Dishonored 2 doesn’t actually bother to tell you which of the 27 paintings in the game you’ve managed to track down- so getting all of them can be a right pain in the ass, actually. If you miss paintings in a chapter, you basically are out of luck, and need to start the game over, presuming you are trying to hunt all of them down.

With it being so difficult, some help wouldn’t go remiss. Thankfully, help is exactly what we bring with this new video for you below:

All Numbered Plates For 3 Clockwork Soldiers

In Chapter 4, there are three clockwork soldiers that, when defeated in a certain way, drop their numbered plates and let you collect them- just as well, because getting all three gets you an achievement/trophy. The video below shows you how to go about it:

Journals and Audiographs

One of the easier set of collectibles to get your hands on over the course of the game, the video below will nonetheless walk you through getting all of these ones. Remember, only the ones collected in the main hub count- you don’t have to go looking for these in the individual missions.

CHEATS, CHEAT CODES: 

As with all Bethesda games, the PC version of Dishonored 2 is extensively open to player tinkering and modifications- this leads to all sorts of cool effects, such as infinite health, infinite mana, no money, unlimited ammo, oxygen, runes, and other such buffs that basically make you invincible, and take the fun entirely out of the game.

But hey, if you want to muck around with this stuff, more power to you. That’s where this video comes in. However a word of caution use the cheat at your own discretion.

POWERS AND ENHANCEMENTS

POWERS

Corvo

Devouring Swarm: The ability to summon rats. Medium mana cost, costs 4 runes to purchase, can be upgraded three times

Possession: The ability to momentarily possess other animals and humans. Requires 4 runes to purchase, high mana cost. Can be upgraded four times

Windblast: Offensive skill to stagger enemies. Low mana cost, can be purchased for 4 runes, can be upgraded twice

Blink: Lets you teleport a short distance, low mana cost. Can be upgraded three times

Bend Time: Allows you to slow time down, and when upgraded, stop time. Must be purchased for 5 runes, has medium mana cost. Can be upgraded three times

Dark Vision: Greatly changed from Dishonored, it now lets you see where your enemies are, and what direction they are facing, through walls. Low mana cost, can be purchased for 2 runes. Can be upgraded twice

Emily

Mesmerize: Distracts enemies by putting them in a trance. Medium mana cost, must be purchased for 6 runes, can be upgraded three times

Shadow Walk: Lets Emily turn into a smaller, shadow like entity that is harder to spot. Must be unlocked with runes, medium mana cost. Can be upgraded four times

Dark Vision: Greatly changed from Dishonored, it now lets you see where your enemies are, and what direction they are facing, through walls. Low mana cost, can be purchased for 2 runes. Can be upgraded twice

Domino: Link multiple characters together, so that what you do to one happens to the others too. Medium mana cost, can be upgraded twice, must be purchased for 4 runes

Doppleganger: Lets Emily create a decoy of herself as a distraction. Must be unlocked for 4 runes, can be upgraded four times, has high mana cost.

Far Reach: Quick traversal power. Low mana cost, can be upgraded three times, must be purchased.

ENHANCEMENTS

Shadow Kill: Purchased with 2 runes, can be upgraded twice. Lets you turn killed enemy corpses to dust, so they can’t be found

Strength: Lets you more physical feats in a passive fashion that increases their performance. Purchased for 3 runes, can be upgraded once

Vitality: Increase your health pool. Purchased for 2 runes, can be upgraded once.

Agility: Must be purchased with 2 runes, can be upgraded twice. Increases the height and distance of their jumps

Blood Thirst: Allows Corvo and Emily to gain an adrenaline boost in combat, unlocking more devastating kills. must be purchased for 2 runes, can be upgraded twice

Bonecharm Crafting: Purchased for 1 rune, can be upgraded four times. Lets you craft a Bonecharm that incurs small bonus perks by combining mystical Traits with Raw Whalebone as a resource used to create the Bonecharms.

Reflexes: Purchased with 1 rune, can be upgraded four times. Makes it easier to react to incoming attacks and projectiles.

EQUIPMENT

Your weapons and powers are well and good, but Dishonored 2 also gives you a vast array of other objects that you can use to get past whatever obstacles the game may throw your way. These include:

Impact Grenade: Standard frag grenade

Sticky Grenade: like a standard impact grenade, but can stick to people and surfaces

Spring Razor: Traps that trigger when an enemy or NPC walks close to them

Stun Mine: Stuns everyone within a certain radius, but does not kill them, making it perfect for non lethal approaches

Health Elixir: Restores health

Mana Elixir: Restores mana

The Heart: Highlights Runes, Bonechamrs, and Outsider Shrines on your HUD

Timepiece: Lets you move between the past and the present, letting you clear obstacles that may be present in one time period but not the other

Spyglass: Lets you zoom in on people from a distance, and see and hear what they are doing

Rewire Tools: A general purpose tool that lets you reprogram and refit existing things into things more suited to your purpose

WEAPONS

Dishonored 2 divides its weapons into close combat and ranged, but it’s really far simpler to just look at them according to the type of weapon they are- there are only three, of course, given that the game heavily favors a non lethal playthrough, and de-emphasizes weapons over your powers. The three kinds of weapons, and the specific ones of those that you can find, can be found detailed below:

SWORDS

Occult Kiss (Emily and Corvo) More effective against magic using enemies

Monkey Wrench (Emily and Corvo) Deals more damage against Clockwork Soldiers

PISTOLS

The Determined Traveler (Corvo)  Perfect accuracy through Spyglass

The Insistent Gentleman (Emily) Higher fire rate

The Crimson Painter (Corvo) Higher damage and spread in the short range

The Red Siblings (Emily) Fires in bursts, high accuracy

CROSS BOW

Piercing Insult (Emily) High damage, pierces through multiple targets

Long Distance Love (Emily) High damage and accuracy through Spyglass

Coffin Nails (Corvo) Rapid fire rate

The Dealer (Corvo) Can attack up to three enemies simultaneously

ACHIEVEMENTS/TROPHIES

Freedom of Speech
Saved the Printer of the Dunwall Courier

Morbid Theft
Stole a corpse for Mindy Blanchard

Stay of Execution
Stopped the Grand Guard from pushing a citizen into the Wall of Light

Fearless Fall
Dropped from Addemire’s highest point, taking out an enemy below

Counter-serum
Chatted with Dr. Hypatia aboard the Dreadful Wale

Place of Three Deaths
Killed Paolo three times

Silence
Eliminated Jindosh without him ever knowing you were there

Oracular Echoes
Listened to the voices of the Sisters of the Oracular Order

Howlers ’til the End
Sided with the Howlers in the Dust District

Faithful to the Abbey
Sided with the Overseers in the Dust District

Eureka 
Cracked the Jindosh Lock without finding the solution elsewhere

Under the Table
Obtained Stilton’s Master Key from under the table, with the guards there conscious & unalerted

Flooded Basement
Drained the water and recovered the Rune

Dilapidation
Found the hidden balcony passageway

Gazebo
Paid tribute to Jessamine one last time

Familiarity Breeds Contempt
Robbed Galvani multiple times

Occult Carver
Crafted 10 Bonecharms

Heartbeat Reaper
Eliminated 6 enemies in less than 1.5 seconds

Fatal Redirect
Killed an enemy with their own bullet

Circle of Life
Cast Possession once, chaining between human, hound, rat, fish, and bloodfly

Ghostly
Finished an entire mission without being spotted

Alternative Approach
Finished an entire mission with no casualties

Black Market Burglar
Robbed a black market shop

Souvenirs
Collected all the decorative objects for the Dreadful Wale

Well Funded
Found 60% of available loot

Heart Whispers 
Used the Heart to listen to the secrets of 40 different people

Art Collector
Acquired all collectible paintings

Clockwork Collector
Obtained numbered plates for 3 Clockwork Soldiers

Rogue 
Eliminated 20 unaware enemies

Acrobat
Eliminated 10 enemies with Drop Assassination

Shadow
Finished the game without being spotted

Flesh and Steel
Completed the game without supernatural powers

The Royal Protector
Finished the game with Corvo Attano

The Empress
Finished the game with Emily Kaldwin

In Good Conscience
Completed the game in low chaos

Empire in Chaos
Completed the game in high chaos

The Lovers
Linked 2 characters with Domino just before one killed the other

Songs of Serkonos
Found 3 musical duos across Karnaca, and listened to their songs

Sliding Marksman
Scored a headshot while sliding

Royal Spymaster
Perused all journals and audiographs by Meagan Foster and Anton Sokolov aboard the Dreadful Wale

Clean Hands
Completed the game without killing anyone

Imperial Seal
Recovered your signet ring

Jewel of the South 
Reached Karnaca
The Beast Within 
Dealt with Dr. Alexandria Hypatia

Labyrinthine Mind
Found Anton Sokolov in the Clockwork Mansion

A Night in 1849
Visited the past

Spirit Thief
Took Delilah’s soul

Down with the Duke
Eliminated Duke Luca Abele

The Greatest Gift
Saved your last known family member

Years Ago, Another Time 
Heard Meagan Foster’s story


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