Bethesda has, in recent years, been the king of collector's edition games. This year so far the publisher has released a "Legendary Edition" of Skyrim, as well as a massive Elder Scrolls Anthology collection. Today, Bethesda has announced yet another collector's edition, this one for Dishonored.
Dishonored: Game of the Year Edition comes with a copy of Dishonored (of course) for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, or PC. It also comes with all of the DLC released in the year since Dishonored's debut. The DLC includes the pre-order add-on pack branded the "Void Walker's Arsenal," a challenge map pack called "Dunwall City Trials," and the two episodes of the campaign expansion that saw players stepping into the shoes of antagonist Daud: The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmore Witches. According to the game box, the collection also comes with a double-sided poster.
The new edition will cost $40 (39.99€/£29.99) on every platform and will be released on October 8. Dishonored last year brought back a style of stealth combat that had only been preserved in the Deus Ex series. It also impressed critics and players with an intriguing art style and an interesting new steam-punk world with a fleshed-out lore. The Game of the Year Edition could certainly prove popular among fans of the genre who missed out last year.