First Dishonored DLC Released, Dunwall City Trials

Dunwall City Trials

Dunwall City Trials, the first official add-on pack for Dishonored, is available for download for $4.99 on PlayStation 3 and PC, and 400 Microsoft points on Xbox 360.

This Dishonored DLC includes 10 challenge maps (normal difficulty) that will test and track action, stealth, puzzle and mobility skills. Players can also unlock six expert difficulty maps. Player performance is rated on a three star system where each star earned unlocks artwork in the gallery (44 total).

Players can also check out their performance on online leaderboards or view the credits of the hard-working folks who created the DLC. New trophies and achievements will be hard-earned among various challenges including maximum target elimination, wave battles, a unique race with a train, a mansion heist, and drop assassination attacks.

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2 Comments on "First Dishonored DLC Released, Dunwall City Trials"

  1. Francis Scardino | December 16, 2012 at 9:57 pm |

    I have the game for PC and loved it. Looking forward to this DLC. The game get’s a little repetitive but I liked the plot and steampunk theme it had. Hopefully this pack breathes some life back into it.

  2. Michael Siebenaler | December 29, 2012 at 3:27 pm |

    Me too. Loved the game. One of my top ten for the year.

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