Enter the world of the Outsider in Dishonored: Dunwall City Trials, the first add-on pack for the critically-acclaimed first-person action game by Arkane Studios. Your combat, stealth and mobility skills will be put to the test as you make your way through 10 distinct maps that feature a variety of challenges. Creatively combine your supernatural abilities, weapons and gadgets to eliminate as many targets as possible, fight off waves of tallboys, guards, weepers and thugs, or take out targets in a non-stop run of drop assassinations. Dunwall City Trials also features a new set of achievements and trophies as well as a global online leaderboard.
Ten Unique Challenges
Experience Dishonored’s flexible combat system, stealth gameplay, and distinct settings in a whole new way as you make your way through timed and scored challenges in Dunwall City Trials. Put your assassination skills to the test as you combine your supernatural powers and gadgets to eliminate your enemies and collect clues to identify and dispatch your target. Try your hand in non-lethal challenges as you shoot down whale oil tanks raining from the sky or infiltrate a mansion to collect the loot unseen by your foes.
Global Online Leaderboard
Your high scores and rank for each trial will be recorded and displayed in a global online leaderboard. Every point and every second counts when going up against the best of the best.
New Achievements and Unlockable Gallery
In addition to a brand new set of achievements and trophies, an image gallery filled with original concept art and other surprises can be unlocked as you complete each trial and meet each of its various objectives.
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Dishonored is all about story, stealth and making your own way from the beginning to the end. Dunwall City trials changes that, and it's something good. Dunwall City Trails is the first DLC of the amazing, but short, Dishonored. This DLC adds a couple of hours to the game that desperately needed. Instead of story or more levels to the vanilla version of the game, you find yourself in different trials to test your skills, intelligence and more. You can try survival mode, where you are trap in a small area and fight a waves of enemies until you die. You can also test and improve your skills in different such as: Jumping across enemies, races, time limit missions, search and find hidden enemies and more. Recommended.
To me, vanilla version of Dishonored was incredibly short and little disappointing - only 9 missions, from which only 2nd and 7th were only long ones, rest were pretty short and easy. Before story DLC came, Arkane decided to give some players fun with the powers and gameplay and make challenge maps that feel little like arcade mode - and it's actually great and gives the game much needed extention to playtime! Some of the challenges are really fun, like collecting all items in the manor without your powers, race against cart or shooting barrels, but others are way too much luck based, like the one where you collect clues to find your target - you can solve it by complete luck. Others can feel incredibly hard and cheap. Still fun though, but you must lower your expectations and don't expect story DLC or incredibly high quality.
Dishonored: Dunwall City Trials is the first DLC expansion for Dishonored. Dunwall City Trials is a challenge game, putting you in scenarios to utilize your powers and weapons to complete the objectives. Those objectives will be timed and scored depending on your skill. The challenges are difficult and rewarding to finish. The whole thing plays like a sort of "trial" mode, allowing you to use different combinations of effects to reach your goals. Gone are the impacts of your choices on the moral of the story, and for someone that uses stealth to complete the campaign, the action in this is refreshing. Graphics, sound and environments are exactly as expected, and this content is an isolated playground devoid of the story or extra NPCs/Items in the main campaign. Some might think this is a shallow game to play, but I liked the ability to do whatever I wanted with whatever weapon without having an impact on the main game. A worthwhile extra bit of game to pair with the already great Dishonored.
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