Bethesda’s brilliant stealth sandbox Dishonored will make a comeback in April, as the title explores the narrative of antagonist assassin Daud in a new expansion named ‘The Knife of Dunwall’. The add-on – which is apparently the first of two story-based expansions – will launch on 16th April in North America and 17th April in Europe. It will set you back £7.99/$9.99.
According to the official press release, the DLC will explore “never-before-seen districts” of Dunwall, and will also revisit key scenes from the main campaign from Daud's perspective. As with the original story, your actions will have an impact on the narrative, including the fate of the character himself. Those that have played the main game will recall that things can turn rather sour for the antihero.
Trophies for the new Dishonored expansion leaked last month, though the content was referred to as ‘The Other Side of the Coin’ back then. It appears that the title’s changed in the interim, as the original name would still be suitable for an add-on about the award-winning game’s antagonist. The list of trinkets included achievements for completing the content without being spotted, among other things.
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