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Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches releasing next month

Tuesday, 16th July 2013 15:21 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches, the final add-on pack from Arkane Studios, will be available worldwide next month.

In The Brigmore Witches, players continue on as Daud, after discovering the identity and intentions of Delilah, the leader of the Brigmore Witch coven.

Players will set out to disrupt her ritual, that if completed, “will spell your doom.”

Here’s the full synopsis:

“After discovering the identity and intentions of Delilah, the leader of the Brigmore Witch coven, you set out to disrupt her from completing a powerful ritual that will spell your doom. Having already been betrayed by your lieutenant, Billie Lurk, you must rely on feuding gang factions—the Dead Eels and the Hatters—to negotiate your way through previously unseen districts of Dunwall en route to Delilah’s stronghold.

“Regardless of the way you reach your destination, one thing is for certain – you will finally answer for your treacherous actions and fall before the mercy, or punishment, of the Royal Bodyguard and Assassin, Corvo Attano.”

All power, weapon and item upgrades, Chaos level, and player actions from The Knife of Dunwall will carry over via a compatible save file option.

It’s out August 13 on PS3 and Xbox 360 and PC for $9.99 or 800 Microsoft Points. It hits PS3 in Europe on August 14.

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6 Comments

  1. Biscuitpants

    is the first dlc worth it?

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Sylrissa

    I found the knife of dunwall DLC very much worth it, you got to see more into the mind of Daud as you played him. Your choices and actions caused different outcomes at the end of the DLC, as they did during the main game as Corvo.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Edo

    Awesome,glad to hear that everything will carry over from the last one.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. Max Payne

    Maybe I am in minority but I would loved if we had all DLC’s in one big package than all those shorter dlc’s.

    #4 1 year ago
  5. salarta

    Knife of Dunwall was worth it, couldn’t say for the actual first gameplay-included DLC since I never bought the Trials.

    I don’t remember any special choices and actions for the Knife of Dunwall DLC, but I don’t think I was as focused on that as I was during the main game.

    @4: That’s unlikely to happen for two reasons, one reasonable and one fairly conniving. The first reason is that these teams sometimes use the funding obtained by the game as well as later DLC to fund more DLC. In some cases, the teams can only manage to make the first DLC with their funds, and can’t start the next set of DLC until they get funds from the first DLC to pay for the next DLC.

    The second, worse reason is that splitting DLC up into a bunch of smaller pieces makes it real easy to trick people into paying more than they normally would for content. There are several infamous examples. Squeenix did it with My Life as King and for the awful FF4:TA, claiming that you could pay $10-15 for the main game and all the DLC is supposedly optional, but in reality you need all the DLC for the real experience which comes to a total of about $50. EA and Bioware pulled this with Mass Effect 3 as well; if you combine all the DLC that includes missions, what you come out to is the cost of the game itself ($60) in exchange for a much smaller fraction of content. And this, when the team was basically using many of the assets they already made for the main game.

    #5 1 year ago
  6. Sylrissa

    @5 I’m not going to go into detail but the choices you made as Daud, affected how your protege Billie and the rest of your assassins see you in the story, and what choices get made at a key moment.

    #6 1 year ago

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