First gameplay footage of Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall DLC

Daud and proud.

Bethesda has revealed the first gameplay footage of The Knife of Dunwall, Dishonored's upcoming story-based expansion.

The add-on is the first of two that will star antagonist assassin Daud, who you may remember from the main game as a very naughty guy.

The Knife of Dunwall is due for release on 16th April for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 (likely the 17th April for PS3 in Europe) and will cost £7.99/800 Microsoft Points.

It's due to be followed by The Brigmore Witches, a conclusion to Daud's tale.

Eurogamer's Chris Donlan recently played the add-on for himself in our The Knife of Dunwall preview and, despite setting off one or two alarms during his playthrough, had a lot of good things to say.

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