Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches

  • Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches
86
Based on 13 scores, 13 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    9
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Feel fresh and exciting.
  • Three new missions.
  • Well-designed, interesting levels

Cons:

  • Easy to miss context for story.
  • Objectives and actions by wandering off the beaten path.

Expert reviews and ratings

By PCGamer on 83

That aside, this DLC sends the game out in style. It’s more of the same, where ‘the same’ refers to quality rather than rehashed content – an honourable end, by even the Outsider’s ambiguous standards.

By PC Gamer on 83

A fine finale, which more than makes up for the failings of the first DLC and tells a great side-story of its...

By Strategy Informer on 85

So this is it: the end of Dishonored. Well, until the inevitable sequel of course. The Knife of Dunwall was an excellent extra chunk of story covering Daud, the empress’ assassin, as he sought redemption by taking on a mission from the...

By Digital Trends on 85

If you enjoyed the original game, this DLC (and its predecessor) is a worthy addition to the mythos. The six DLC missions in both packs are probably about half the length of the nine in the proper game, and approaching them together offers a fairly...

By IGN on 75

The Brigmore Witches doesn’t break much new ground, but the stealth-or-slaughter gameplay is as compelling as ever, as is exploring each new playground. Daud also grows into his role, with a clearer sense of purpose and momentum that helps drive the story forward. While the final confrontation with Corvo is a little disappointing...

By EuroGamer on 90

And, in contrast to the main Dishonored storyline, at last there's a clear, frightening and powerful antagonist. Larger and more intricate than The Knife of Dunwall, The Brigmore Witches emerges as one of the finest examples of how to not only expand a blockbuster video game, but also of how to enrich and deepen one.

By WeGotThisCovered on 80

The Brigmore Witches concludes Daud's quest line with an immersive, well-made and interesting second act. Dishonored fans won't want to miss out on what is a very solid expansion to one of 2012's best games.

By TheControllerOnline on 100

Not only does it do a great job of concluding Daud’s story but, when taken as a whole, it competes closely with that of the main campaign. When it comes to the design and visual elements, The Brigmore Witches may come out slightly ahead. Great DLC shouldn’t feel like an afterthought and this one feels like anything but.

By GameRanx on 85

And when you create a world like Dunwall, which is so different from our own in very fundamental ways, that depth, that glimpse of a bigger picture -- presented outside of collectible texts, preferably – can make the full package that much richer.

By TheGamersHub on 90

The Brigmore Witches DLC offers quality content that you’ve come to expect from Dishonored and Arkane Studios. It never tries to shy away from the atmosphere that it’s already created for itself but adds to that, expanding the city of Dunwall and deepening the lore behind it all. Given that this is the final DLC for Dishonored, it’s a great...

By TheKoalition on 95

At the end of the DLC (without spoiling anything) I had all of my expectations sufficiently exceeded. Brigmore Witches isn't just the best that Dishonored has to offer, it may very well be one of the best pieces of DLC that I've ever played in a game. With enough new content to keep you engaged, stunning story revelations that...

By Cheat Code Central on 86

Few inhabitants of Dishonored's world are brazen enough to think of taking on the notorious assassin Daud, and even fewer are cunning and powerful enough to take the fight to his doorstep. We know that Corvo Attano did so in the main game, but in...

By GameFront on 85

Brigmore Witches shows how developers can really get expansion content right, making the extra expense worth it and increasing the value of the experience delivered from the original title. There’s no reason not to play Brigmore (and, of course, The Knife of Dunwall) if you like Dishonored.