Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall
Two great new missions.
The core gameplay is as compelling as ever.
Higher difficultly will test even veteran players.
AI can feel overpowered.
Less stealth options.
Too much reliance on recycled assets.
By Strategy Informer on April 25, 2013
When Dishonored came out last year it more or less recaptured the magic of the first-person stealth genre that had been missing since Garrett hung up his hood in 2004’s Thief: Deadly Shadows. Now with Thief all set to return next year it’s...80
By GameSpot on April 23, 2013
The Knife of Dunwall ends with an interesting choice (and foreshadows the next planned downloadable chapter in Daud's story), but the real payoff of this DLC is how it takes the cocktail of discovery, exploration, and combat that made Dishonored so delicious, and adds an engaging twist.85
By PCAdvisor on April 22, 2013
A meaty and high-quality expansion - there may be plenty of repetition in here, but it is proof positive that DLC needn't be cynical and half-hearted.80
By GameSpot on April 22, 2013
The Knife of Dunwall changes protagonists with panache, delivering a compelling new chapter in the Dishonored...85
By PC Advisor on April 22, 2013
Knife of Dunwall is the second add-on for last year's excellent assassination game Dishonored , and it's just what the doctor ordered: more missions, each with multiple ways to neutralise their morally dubious targets. The first DLC, Trials of...80
By VideoGamer on April 19, 2013
With Daud's story left on a cliffhanger, we hope Arkane keeps up this form with the next installment.80
By EuroGamer on April 18, 2013
It's all that's great about Dishonored, essentially, a subtly tweaked and well fleshed out return to the dirty streets of Dunwall, and its handful of shortcomings and taste for blood over stealth are never really enough to stop it from being essential.80
By Forbes on April 18, 2013
Taken on the strength of the first two levels, I’d call this a pitch-perfect pack of DLC, but it’s held back by the short-change in the third act and awkward plotting. When you’re promised three missions and you really only get two, you feel it.80
By IGN on April 17, 2013
So far, however, it's all set-up and no punchline. Even so, it’s great to be back in Dunwall, immersed in one of the most well-realised worlds in modern gaming.75
By Cheat Code Central on April 16, 2013
Dishonored fans that were disappointed by Dunwall City Trials can't be blamed for feeling skeptical towards the game's second DLC pack, The Knife of Dunwall. I’m happy to report that this time we're getting a real expansion to...88