One month ago, Bethesda announced Dishonored: Game of the Year Edition, a new version of last year's Dishonored. The game was a critical success and a moderate hit, providing gameplay similar to that of Deus Ex and a twisted art style that matched its story of betrayal and revenge. More importantly, the game provided Bethesda with a new world and IP to explore with the help of development studio Arkane.
Tomorrow the new edition of the game will launch for $40. The Game of the Year Edition comes packaged with all of the DLC released for the game this year, including the Dunwall City Trials challenge pack and the two episodes of a story expansion titled The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmore Witches. The story expansions allow players to step into the shoes of Dishonored antagonist Daud with new powers to use for creative assassinations.
The launch trailer for the new edition give a short preview of both the main story and DLC for Dishonored. It really does highlight just how simple the high concept for the game really is: