Conclude Daud’s story on August 13 in the final Dishonored DLC

Dishonored - Witches of Brigmore

By on July 17, 2013 at 2:31 pm

Yesterday, the Bethesda Blog had an image up that seemed to be teasing further DLC for Dishonored and promising more info tomorrow. Good news! Yesterday’s tomorrow is today! So here is the scoop.

Dishonored‘s final add-on The Brigmore Witches will conclude Daud’s journey from The Knife of Dunwall (read our review here). In the DLC, you will determine Daud’s ultimate fate – darkness or redemption.

Here is the official word on the narrative: “In The Brigmore Witches, continue your journey as the legendary assassin, Daud, and bring his twisted narrative that began with The Knife of Dunwall to a close. 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. 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.”

Excitement!

Furthermore, if you have a compatible save file, all your weapon, item and power upgrades will carry over, along with the Chaos level and player actions and choices from The Knife of Dunwall.

If you haven’t finished The Knife of Dunwall yet, don’t fret! You’ve got a little while to finish everything up to your liking. The Brigmore Witches is due out on August 13 on XBox 360, PS3 and of course, Steam and it will set you back about $10 USD (or 800 MS Points, if you are playing on the XBox 360).

Source: Bethesda Blog

Tags:
4 comments (Leave your own)

Awesome, I just bought The Knife of Dunwall for a few dollars off of Steam. Finishing Rage before I start Daud’s adventure.

 

Knife of Dunwall was excellent. Looking forwards to dealing with the brigmore witches.

 

Concluding the story = win
Carry over skills, upgrades and items from previous game = win

This whole game series has been nothing but win.

 
Anon. E. Moose

Just got Knife of Dunwall from the sales, so will play through that tomorrow in a session because apparently it’s fairly short, same time next year I might pick this up for dirt cheap and finish it off. =P

 
Leave a comment

You can use the following bbCode
[i], [b], [img], [quote], [url href="http://www.google.com/"]Google[/url]

Leave a Reply

PC Gaming Calendar 2014

Follow Games.on.net

Steam Group

Upcoming Games

Releasing Soon
Thief Shadowrun Returns South Park: The Stick of Truth

Community Soapbox

Recent Features
Reaper of Souls

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls reviewed: Change is a good thing

Blizzard shows that it isn't afraid to change everything

Titanfall

Titanfall: Crush your enemies under your robotic foot with these gameplay tips

Wallrunning speed boosts, room clearing strategies, and more inside.

Diablo 3 Competition

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Giveaway – The Winners!

You cannot kill Death -- unless you have sick new gear.

Betrayer

Betrayer reviewed: Run like hell from skeletons and murderous ghosts in 17th century Virginia

What's black, white and red all over? Betrayer is, and it's also an intriguing new indie horror title, as James discovers.

Streaming Radio
Radio Streams are restricted to iiNet group customers.

GreenManGaming MREC

The Regulars
The Secret World

Legal Opinion: Bait and switch… with a mankini

Not everybody is laughing following Funcom's April Fools joke on its players.

Bad at Aiming

Sitrep: Waiting in line at the FPS dole queue

Toby is so incompetent that he needs an entire new genre of games invented just to cater for him.

Amazon Fire

Friday Tech Roundup (04 April 2014): Radeon R9 295X2 specs leak

Also, the man behind the "Microsoft" phone scam has been captured and fined.

Barrett M98B

Legal Opinion: Where does your money go?

Why do games cost so much to manufacture? Because everybody wants a slice of that licensing pie.

Facebook Like Box