Dishonored first DLC “Dunwall City Trials” announced

Bethesda has announced what’s ahead for Dishonored now that the game has launched. Arkane Studios’ assassination game will be getting three DLC bundles, the first of which is coming in December.

Dishonored: Dunwall City Trials delivers 10 challenges, including races, special assassinations, and an arena battle. It’ll set you back 400 Microsoft Points ($4.99). The rest of the post-release content will be arriving in 2013, and Bethesda says they’ll be story-based missions. In the second, players can take on the role of Daud, another supernatural assassin, who has his own set of weapons and powers. Details on the third DLC are coming later.

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