Dishonored is getting some DLC this December, Bethesda has announced.
Dunwall City Trials will features 10 challenge maps, one of which is an arena battle against waves of enemy AI.
It will also feature a new set of achievements and trophies, as well as a global online leaderboards for each challenge.
It will be priced at AU$8.45 (NZ$10.67) or 400 Microsoft Points.
Further, two story-driven add-ons for the game are coming in 2013.
Daud, the leader of a group of supernatural assassins known as ‘The Whalers’, will be the focus of the second add-on pack, scheduled for release in early Spring 2013.
THQ has announced Darksiders II’s second DLC pack, Abyssal Forge, which sees Death face down an entire evil army.
According to THQ, “the Abyssal Forge is an in-game entity that can harness darkness to create powerful weapons, just like Lockheed-Martin”.
“A character known as the Mad Smith created the forge but his people shunned him and locked him and the Abyssal Forge in a special area called the Shadow Lands.
“Unfortunately, he spent the entire duration of his imprisonment using his tool to build a massive army that now threatens all of creation.”
The expansion features two new dungeons, new loot, and its new enemies and puzzles are the game’s hardest, says THQ.
Abyssal Forge is available from October 30 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.
Resident Evil 6 on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 is getting a title update in mid-December, according to Capcom.
The update includes the 'No Hope' difficulty level, and will unlock co-op for Ada Wong's campaign.
The update will also give players the option to widen the camera's field of view.
Whether it will come to the game’s PC version is unknown at this stage.
Konami has issued a patch for the Xbox 360 version of Silent Hill: Downpour, with a PlayStation 3 version in the works.
The title update corrects issues with the save system, squashes bugs in the Homeless questline, improves the frame rate, and adds a number of other unspecified performance tweaks.
The PlayStation 3 version will also be patched in the coming weeks.
Finally, something weird is going on at the Team Fortress 2 website.
Clicking the Spy’s now-skull-like head reveals a mysterious classifieds page that hints at Halloween event for the class-based multiplayer shooter.