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Developer Arkane Studios and publisher Bethesda have released the obligatory launch trailer for The Brigmore Witches—the second installment of Dishonored‘s story-driven, Daud-centric DLC.

Brigmore concludes the journey Daud started in The Knife of Dunwall, which put players behind the assassin’s eyes and equipped them with new powers and new gear. If you haven’t played Knife of Dunwall, I highly recommend that you do (check out my review for specifics as to why you should). The Brigmore Withes immediately follows the events of Knife of Dunwall, and like the DLC before it, introduces a few new powers while remaining faithfully familiar to the Dishonored formula (if not even better than Dishonored proper, if it’s anything like Knife of Dunwall).

The Brigmore Witches is available for download today on XBLA, PSN, and PC, priced at $9.99. Look forward to EGM’s review later today or early tomorrow.

Daud Ruminates in Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches’ Launch Trailer

By | 08/13/2013 12:02 PM PT

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Developer Arkane Studios and publisher Bethesda have released the obligatory launch trailer for The Brigmore Witches—the second installment of Dishonored‘s story-driven, Daud-centric DLC.

Brigmore concludes the journey Daud started in The Knife of Dunwall, which put players behind the assassin’s eyes and equipped them with new powers and new gear. If you haven’t played Knife of Dunwall, I highly recommend that you do (check out my review for specifics as to why you should). The Brigmore Withes immediately follows the events of Knife of Dunwall, and like the DLC before it, introduces a few new powers while remaining faithfully familiar to the Dishonored formula (if not even better than Dishonored proper, if it’s anything like Knife of Dunwall).

The Brigmore Witches is available for download today on XBLA, PSN, and PC, priced at $9.99. Look forward to EGM’s review later today or early tomorrow.

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