Dishonored is widely tipped as one of 2012's bravest and most compelling new IPs and has gathered plaudits for its audacious free-form gameplay and atmospheric Gothic setting. With creative influences and team members from Half-Life 2 and Deus Ex, Dishonored places you in the role of disgraced royal bodyguard Corvo who turns assassin to wreak terrible revenge on those who have betrayed him. It's not just Dishonored's immaculately realised setting, nor its promise of a deeply intriguing story, but the promise of a game that delivers bags of player freedom coupled with the tightly focused gameplay that has us recommending Dishonored as one of 2012's essential selections.
Microsoft have confirmed the four games that will be made available for free to Xbox Live Gold subscribers on Xbox One and Xbox 360 in August.
Bethesda has released a new
Bethesda has announced Dishonored: Game of the Year Edition will be released on October 8 in North America and on October 11 in Europe.
Coldridge Prison hasn't been the same since Corvo broke out at the beginning of Dishonored. Security has tightened dramatically, and the guards who were on watch during his escape are being summarily executed in the courtyard. The Brigmore Witches continues the story of assassin Daud that begun in The Knife of Dunwall, and his first task is busting a smuggler, Lizzy Stride, out of her cell.
Bethesda has released
You play Daud in The Brigmore Witches, an altogether difference beast to Corvo (and not just because he's voiced by Michael Madsen). This second and final piece of Dishonored's story DLC follows his quest to prevent Delilah Copperspoon, leader of the eponymous witch's coven, from enacting a ritual that spells his doom.
A 'Game of the Year' edition of
Below you'll find a video interview for upcoming
US publisher Bethesda has released new artwork and screenshots of the upcoming Dishonored DLC.