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Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches trailer

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While Dishonored still hasn't improved its spelling abilities, its latest add-on The Brigmore Witches looks to have perfected the art of the stealthy kill.

Continuing the story of the deadly assassin Daud, this latest game expansion brings to a close the story that started with The Knife of Dunwall.

Daud discovers that his life is at risk (as ever) as Delilah, the leader of The Brigmore Witches, looks to complete a powerful ritual. A twisted tale of covens, feuding factions and knives in the dark, The Brigmore Witches caps off one of our favourite games of recent years. Check out the trailer for a taste of the action.


Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches is available on Xbox Live and Steam from today, and will be available on the PlayStation Store from 14 August

(Images: Bethesda)

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