Dishonored: Game of the Year edition blinks into October

If you haven't yet explored the polished heights and plagued underbelly of Dunwall, consider Dishonored: Game of the Year edition your all-access pass. The original game and all of its DLC will soon be available in one $40/£25 package, Bethesda announced today.

That includes The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmore Witches, the two-part DLC series which puts players in the smart overcoat of repentant assassin Daud. It also packs in challenge-map collection Dunwall City Trials and Void Walker's Arsenal, a bundle of former pre-order bonuses including extra bone charm slots.

Dishonored: Game of the Year Edition will be available on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. It will hit almost a exactly a year after its original release on Oct. 8 in North America and Oct. 11 in Europe.


  • Verenitz - September 12, 2013 4:28 p.m.

    Huzzah! Picking up this and Borderlands 2 GOTY in Oct. What a wonderful month it will be. I have already played (and absolutely love) Dishonored on PC, but my Xbox beckons for the 'chievements.
  • Shnubby - September 12, 2013 10:54 a.m.

    Just do what I always do: wait until you can get the original pre-owned for around £8. It's already down to £11 on sites like Play and Amazon. No need for GOTY editions for me. Budget gamer for life!
  • Bloodstorm - September 12, 2013 12:39 p.m.

    Nah, you wait for the GOTY edition to come out, then catch it in a Steam sale for 75% off. Then you get it and the DLC at a bargain.
  • Shnubby - September 13, 2013 7:21 a.m.

    It's true that I do love Steam sales but then I also love having my games on a disc and in a case as I'm a bit of a collector. There's just something more satisfying about a physical copy of a game rather than a download. Aaah, gamer OCD.
  • Bloodstorm - September 13, 2013 8:02 a.m.

    I get the sentiment in a way. I'll buy a game on Disc if it is a series I particularly enjoy and want to have in a displayable collection.
  • ZeeCaptain - September 12, 2013 10:11 a.m.

    Welp we made three whole DLC, time to call it a day and make a GOTY edition. Remember when games used to have more than 4 DLC, Remember Fallout 3, that one had 5. Most games now don't even get two, or well two that aren't complete bull, yea that's right Infinite I'm calling you out, your dam Season pass gives a DLC that gives you the pre-order gear and the gear from the Songbird edition, I already have the songbird edition, and I pre-ordered so I already have all that, so what am i to bloody do with this now. Also the arena is a rip off of the Dishonored challenges, and the Burial At Sea (can't wait, looks great) no matter how large is one, splitting it up into two and calling it two isn't doing us a favor and giving us another dlc, it's just giving you more development time, and another costly purchase.
  • Bloodstorm - September 12, 2013 12:36 p.m.

    Would you rather wait a lot longer and get them both as 1 DLC?
  • ZeeCaptain - September 13, 2013 6:34 a.m.

    Yes actually, I've never liked the idea of episodic gaming, especially with how valve treats it, but in this case especially because unless your a season pass holder your going to have to buy each dlc separately, I have the season pass, i'm good, but I still see this as a bit of an injustice, along with the first dlc being the weapon pack. The Season pass is a good idea in general, it helps kickstart the team for making the dlc and keeps them on a schedule, but if you weren't planning on making that many dlc to fit the number specified by the season pass you shouldn't just add a weapon pack that people who pre-ordered or got a special edition got, in fact you probably shouldn't make a season pass at all.

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