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Dishonored Dunwall City Trials DLC

By on November 28, 2012 at 2:29 pm

Bethesda have sent word that the final date and price for the upcoming ‘Dunwall Trials’ DLC have been locked in. Due on December 11, Dunwall Trials will set you back $8.45 on PC or PS3, or 400 Microsoft Points if you use one of them XBox 360s.

The DLC will include “10 challenge maps that will test and track your combat, stealth and mobility skills”, challenging you to “creatively combine your supernatural abilities, weapons and gadgets to eliminate as many targets as possible, fight off waves of tallboys, guards, weepers and thugs, or take out targets in a non-stop run of drop assassinations.”

We’ve also been sent a bunch of screens — check them out below.

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I’m more keen for the story based DLC coming next year, but I’ll probably still get this one, get my supernatural murder on.

 

Pass. I’m really enjoying the story/setting right now and am not interested in competition style DLC.

 

sounds crap.

 

Seems agreed that a story based DLC would be a wiser choice. I’m gonna wait for GOTY anyway (unless it goes super cheap)

 

wow you guys. really enjoyed challenge maps on Batman AA and AC, gonna grab this fairly immediately

 

Challenge maps? Really?

Uggg…

 

pinothyj:
Challenge maps? Really?

Uggg…

God damn optional stuff, amirite?

 

bek: God damn optional stuff, amirite?

I am just saying that in terms of additional content, challenge maps are the easy way out…

 
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