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Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches DLC is out August 14, ties up the Knife of Dunwall narrative

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at 05:10pm July 16 2013
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The final chunk of Dishonored’s so far excellent DLC, entitled The Brigmore Witches, is set for an August 14th release date on the European PSN, and it’ll once again put you in master assassin Daud’s shoes as The Knife Of Dunwall did. It’ll cost you £7.99.

Dishonored The Knife Of Dunwall trailer shows new gameplay, kills and gadgets. Find out if the new DLC add enough to the mix.

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at 03:58pm April 11 2013
Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall PS3 dlc

Here’s a new trailer for Dishonored DLC The Knife of Dunwall. There’s some fresh gameplay here showing some new kills, a new electrical ark mine and a pet assassin you can summon for games of ‘go kill that guy.

Dishonored interview: Raphael Colantonio & Harvey Smith on endings, the state of the FPS & new IPs

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at 10:52am April 2 2013

We recently sat down with Dishonored co-creators and directors Raphael Colantonio and Harvey Smith to look back at the success of the game, it’s creation and the state of the FPS genre. Here’s what they had to say.

Dishonored: The Knife Of Dunwall PS3 DLC preview – full of character, hard as nails

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at 02:50pm March 22 2013

[Update: I've been corrected: Daud's Void Gaze does actually reveal enemies once upgraded. Something that wasn't made clear in the hour I had to play.]

I remember being amazed when someone told me they played through all of Dishonored without touching Dark Vision. The X-ray magic sights seemed like such an essential tool I couldn’t imagine playing the game without it. This vision-less DLC will be right up their street, then. No magic eyes, no advance warning. Just you, corners, and the clenching worry you’re about to blunder into someone angry.

Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall DLC screens & info – new power, gadgets & hero

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at 02:00pm March 13 2013
Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall PS3 dlc

The first piece of Dishonored story DLC has been announced, The Knife of Dunwall. It adds new powers, locations and characters as you play as Daud, the man who killed the Empress. A concluding add on, The Brigmore Witches, has also been confirmed.

Dunwall’s biggest monster – how Rich Wordsworth became The Devil in Dishonored

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at 12:56pm January 23 2013

Dishonored on PS3 is a morally murky game depending on the way you play. Of course, there’s nothing particularly ‘murky’ about brazenly torturing Dunwall’s citizens. Naughty Rich.

The ultimate Dishonored tips guide – speed runs, walkthroughs, endings & more

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at 09:00am December 27 2012

The path of blood, or the path of shadow? That’s the question Dishonored’s leading man Corvo Attano faces at every turn through the boroughs of Dunwall. Ghosting through levels undetected takes patience, skill and willpower, and the rewards of a ‘low chaos’ playthrough are considerable. Then again, killing people is really fun, and it seems a shame to waste all those incendiary darts. So which is the best approach? How should you play this game?

Dishonored DLC trailer – watch the Dunwall City Trials in action

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at 05:52pm December 6 2012
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Here’s a trailer for the first Dishonored DLC, Dunwall City Trials. It’s a pack of 10 challenge maps to test killing skills as you blink, stab and sneak your way to targets. It also adds new trophies.

Dishonored is now a franchise, Bethesda confirms

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at 02:57pm November 28 2012
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Bethesda PR chief Pete Hines has confirmed that Dishonored’s unexpectedly high sales figures will lead to the plucky new IP becoming a franchise of its own like Doom and The Elder Scrolls. In Hines words: “we clearly have a new franchise.”

First Dishonored DLC will be ten challenge maps, available December 11

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at 03:36pm November 27 2012
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Bethesda’s given a release date to the first serving of DLC supreme sneak ‘em up Dishonored. Titled Dunwall City Trials and priced at £3.99, it’ll give you ten new challenge maps to test your stealth, combat and mobility skills.

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