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Published on November 30th, 2012 | by Edwin Knights

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Dishonored’s Dunwall City Trials Are Expected to Be Available on Dec 11th


The game Dishonored has been available for players all around the world for quite some time now. And let’s be honest: you are probably wondering when there will be something new that you can use your weapons on. A lot of people were provided with information which led them to understand that Arkane Studios were working on the initial DLC batch. This one was known as the “Dunwall City Trials”. And thankfully, it is being confirmed that it will be available for players starting December 11th.

What Does This Mean?

Basically, this means that in only a few weeks, players of the Dishonored series will have a lot more to handle on their plate- and we mean this in a good way. There will be more to kill as well as a lot more to explore. As we previously mentioned, it will be available for players starting December 11th and will come in the PC, PS3, and X360 formats. The price for all of these formats is going to be five dollars.

So, what will you be able to do when you pay those five dollars? Essentially, you’ll have access to over ten different challenge maps. Each one is going to put your skills on the line and test to see whether or not you have the ability to survive with your current skill levels. Keep in mind that players are going to be forced to exhaust all of their resources in order to take on and conquer these challenges.

What can be expected in Dunwall City

The goal is to accumulate as many kills as possible and you’ll need to develop your own strategy in order to make this happen. And finally, for those players who like to keep track of your progress and show it off to the world, you’ll be awarded with various trophies as well as achievement awards that will go global and show how far you’ve come.

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