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Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches Launching Next Month

Posted on Tuesday, July 16 @ 09:30:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Bethesda has just announced that the final piece of DLC for Dishonored will launch next month, on August 13th.

The add-on is titled The Brigmore Witches and wraps of the story of Daud, which was first fleshed out in The Knife of Dunwall DLC. All of the upgrades you earned from the prior downloadable content will carry over, so don't worry, you won't be starting from scratch.

The pack will set you back $9.99, which, to me, seems like a reasonable price to pay for the opportunity to jump back into Dishonored's dark and intriguing world.

As always, be sure to comment below and let us know whether or not the folks at Bethesda will be receiving any of your hard-earned cash on this DLC pack.


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