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Dishonored DLC Announced

Posted on Thursday, October 25 @ 07:39:45 PST by Keri_Honea

Can't get enough of Dunwall? Fear not; Bethesda has announced its first DLC for Dishonored to be released this December and two more in 2013.

The first one is "Dunwall City Trials," which adds 10 "challenge maps" for players that includes an arena to battle waves of enemies, "a gravity-defying run of drop assassinations," and timed races. A whole new batch of Achievements and Trophies will also accompany the DLC along with a global online leaderboard, so you can see how well you rank against others.

The second and third DLC packs will be more story-focused, with Daud as the main lead in the second DLC.

Dunwall City Trials will be available for $5 (400 MSP) in December. We'll have to wait until the other packs are closer to release to find out how much they will cost.
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