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  1. LMW
    Aug 13, 2013
    Just finished that DLC. It took me 6 hours to beat it on Elite with a Ghost achievement. I mention this just to give you an example of how long this DLC might last if you play completely stealthy and without killings. Now, a few words about the DLC itself. As you probably know, "The Brigmore Witches" continues the story of assassin Daud, killer of the Empress and Corvo's rival. His skills are basically the same and I didn't notice and major changes from the first DLC, "The Knife of Dunwall" in terms of atmosphere game mechanics. However, that does not make this DLC less fun it contains great story, dark and brutal cutscenes (which perfectly blend into the script), decent-looking environments and very satisfying overall experience. I would recommend this game to anyone who enjoyed original Dishonored and "The Knife of Dunwall". Expand
  2. Aug 18, 2013
    This story is absolutely fantastic !
    Best of all Dishonored stories. It has a moral, it has emotions, it made me start original Dishonored game once again, just to be part of all that. I adore the choices game let you make. This and Deus Ex series are my favorites. Period.
  3. Aug 20, 2013
    I rarely will ever give a 10 much less to a DLC. That 10 comes with a caveat if you have not played or did not enjoy The Knife of Dunwall, or you did not think highly of Dishonored period, please avoid this as it is much more of the same, which to me is fantastic. While the game play stays the same, the story is really well told. The dialogue is very well done and really well delivered. The sound is great, the graphics are top notch and the game play continues to be rewarding and addictive. With Knife I got around 5 to 6 hours of game play and Witches gave me an additional 8 hours for a total of 40 hours for the full game and DLC for a single play through. Considering I got the game on sale for $20 and spent $20 on the DLCs, a dollar an hour for extremely enjoyable entertainment is very worth it. Expand
  4. Aug 14, 2013
    In short all I can say the DLC is great, it really makes the character of Daud further (much further) developed and interesting, and adds a lot to the lore of the game. The new maps were quiet big and fun to sneak through. Beautiful game design, great atmosphere and music as previously, add a lot to the game. I am certainly will replay a few missions. Overall great and if you enjoyed Knife of Dunwall you will love this. A DLC worth getting into! Expand
  5. Dec 27, 2013
    [DishonoredDLC KnifeOfDunwall BrigmoreWitches Steam PC 9/10]

    Dishonored takes the top honor as the best game I ever played…. and the DLCs are the best DLCs I have ever played. This is the same review for both DLCs The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmore Witches and they should be played back to back.

    At first I was Sad to play the first DLC I started with a new character The
    Assassin Daud. I was Sad that all the character building and equipment was lost…. but this quickly changed I was still very good because of all the skill I picked up through the first campaign and Daud begins to level up…. and I chose different skill tree sets and then I was happy very happy…. The storyline and goals are as fun and the maps as great. KnifeOfDunwallBrigmoreWitches is really all one game. And be forewarned choices you made in the primary campaign come back to surprise you. Salivate you Pavlov dog Add to Cart and Enjoy.

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  6. Sep 14, 2013
    The Brigmore Witches takes place after the Knife of Dunwall DLC. You still play Dowd. The new DLC's premise is that Dowd is trying to bring down the society of Brigmore witches, they don't show up in the entire game but are the main enemy. The campaign is split up into three different levels. The first level you visit the prison of the original game, the second is a new area we haven't seen before that is gangster overrun streets. And the third level is the Brigmore manor, the witches home. It is an overgrown garden filled with different plants. New elements have been introduced like new powers, sadly they didn't use all the powers from the original game. They would have been useful, it was sad they left them out. You still have RPG perks to unlock that give you different abilities. Levels look beautiful and are very open and there are a few new enemy types. Now to get to the important part. The confrontation between Dowd and Corvo has multiple enemies and the decisions you made as Dowd affected the ending not the decisions you made as Corvo. Because if it was the other way around then everything you did would have a purposeless ending. Overall, the DLC is $15 and it took me about 3 hours to complete. If you took more time to look around it would take longer. The DLC is great and I highly recommend it. Expand
  7. Sep 21, 2013
    The Brigmore Witches is well made DLC to the phenomenal game. You continue to play as Daud with possibility to unlock a brand new power distinct to these from the previous DLC the Knife of Dunwall. The second level of the power is fun to use in combat and I invite you to try it even you are hard-core stealth player. You will find it really entertaining. The story of Duad itself is not a simple addition to the original game. Daud brings to it more personal touch as your hero is not silent anymore. The DLC takes places in three locations (note that I do not count Daud's hideout here). The first is a recyclations of the old one from the game but it offers a very unique experience. The second locations is the best designed and the most complex. There are two very different ways how to deal with the situation in the mill-factory which adds some depth to the mission. The last misson adds a new combat experience but unfortunately you feel that some of the potential of this location have not been used. In overall this is a decent conclusion of Daud story which will not dissapoint you. I personaly recomend you to download an ultimate difficulty mod as without it the game is way to easy even on the ultra hard setting. It makes you feel that the stealty approach is not just a choice you made but on contrary it is a must in order to success. Expand

Generally favorable reviews - based on 15 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 13 out of 15
  2. Negative: 0 out of 15
  1. Oct 16, 2013
    Expands Dishonored’s lore and provides three missions that are not overly extensive but provide enough content to keep you occupied for an hour each. [11/2013, p.79]
  2. Sep 16, 2013
    A fine finale, which more than makes up for the failings of the first DLC and tells a great side-story of its own.
  3. Aug 31, 2013
    Coming in at about three to five hours length, The Brigmore Witches is still a great bit of DLC if you’re looking for a way to scratch your Dishonored itch. Yes, it is more of the same, but when it's good and comes with interesting new characters, who’s going to complain, right?