Dishonored ‘The Brigmore Witches’ DLC announced
posted on 07.16.13 at 10:14 AM EDT by (@salromano)
Final Dishonored add-on launches August 13.

The final add-on pack for Dishonored, Arkane Studios’ acclaimed first-person stealth game, is called ‘The Brigmore Witches’ and will launch on August 13 for $9.99 / 800 Microsoft Points across PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE, and PC, publisher Bethesda Softworks announced.

‘The Brigmore Witches’ puts players in the shoes of Daud and brings his story that began with ‘The Knife of Dunwall’ to a close. Find the story synopsis below.

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. Having already been betrayed by your lieutenant, Billie Lurk, you must rely on feuding gang factions—the Dead Eels and the Hatters—to negotiate your way through previously unseen districts of Dunwall en route to Delilah’s stronghold. 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.

And a list of features:

  • New Powers, Weapons and Gadgets: The mark of the Outsider empowers you with unique supernatural abilities. Quickly draw your enemies towards you and suspend them helplessly in air or use them as a human shield with ‘Pull’. Call upon the Whalers to assist in combat with ‘Summon Assassin’ and track down hidden Runes and Bone Charms with ‘Void Gaze’. To aid in your dangerous exploits your customized arsenal of weapons and gadgets will include Chokedust to daze your enemies, whale oil-powered Stun Mines to shock your targets, and a concealed Wristbow to launch sleep darts and explosive bolts.
  • Explore More of Dunwall: Make your way through Draper’s Ward and explore its streets, hazardous sewers and the two rival gangs’ home bases: the textile mills and the boat docks. Revisit the rotting Coldridge Prison, which you must infiltrate in order to free the dangerous but imprisoned leader of the Dead Eels gang. Finally, attack the gothic Brigmore Manor, where Delilah and her Brigmore Witches dwell and await your reckoning.
  • Choose Your Path: In your quest to thwart Delilah’s plans, approach each mission with your own style. Your redemption – or your turn towards darkness – depends on your skills and the decisions you make. Determine your ultimate fate as you conclude Daud’s journey in The Brigmore Witches.
  • Persistent Playthrough: Continue your journey from The Knife of Dunwall through The Brigmore Witches in the truest sense. Your power, weapon and item upgrades, Chaos level, and player actions from The Knife of Dunwall will carry over via a compatible save file option.

Screenshots of ‘The Brigmore Witches’ can be seen at the gallery.

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  • Hating Ass Nigga

    Interesting,I think I’ll continue to wait on the GOTY edition with everything included tho.

    • Zackasaur

      I’m not so sure we’ll get one. I guess we’ll see.

      The game is more than worth getting now, though. Plus, the DLC isn’t all that expensive, and you can get the game really cheaply… A GotY edition, if it ever happened, probably wouldn’t even save you money in this instance.

  • Zackasaur

    YESSSS. I cannot wait for this. Dishonored is one of the best games I have ever had the pleasure of playing.

    • KnifeAndFork

      Japan gave it *shit game* (Kusoge) of the year (along with Time & Eternity RPG)

      • Zackasaur

        Well, that’s hilariously stupid.

        EDIT: I looked up the Kusoge of the Year thing, and it’s perhaps one of the dumbest things I’ve seen in all of gaming fandom. Great games get featured pretty often for hateful publicity’s sake and nothing more. Nothing to see here.

        • DrForbidden

          I’m not disagreeing that the KOTY thing is highly subjective, but I just want to point out some errors/misinterpretations:

          1). Dishonored only got ‘Honorable Mention’. It didn’t win.

          2). Mentioned as the reason were the game-breaking freezes in the PS3 version. The patch was also mentioned, and is the reason why it was elevated to ‘Honorable Mention’.

          3). I honestly didn’t find many ‘great games’ listed in the years I checked, unless you count Duke Nukem Forever, Bass Fishing Wii, or Heavy Fire: Afghanistan as being luminaries in the gaming world.

  • Locksus

    The game is great, even though the story wasn’t as involving as I had originally hoped, but I loved the look and feel of the world, the fact that you could tackle any mission how you wanted and I thought Corvo looked badass!