In the second piece of DLC for Dishonored you take control of Daud, the master assassin who murdered the Empress, in his efforts to get to the bottom of a mystery provided by the Outside.
This is a damn good piece of DLC but it can be a bit of a hard sell. Not only is it a bit on the short side, clocking in at only about two or three hours, but the story is clearly only a portion of the whole. Since we know that the third, and final, piece of DLC is also story related Daud’s story will almost certainly be resolved there. So it almost boils down to it being like an episodic game in the form of DLC. Whether that makes this all justifiable is up to the individual gamer. Read More.