Dishonored: Knife of Dunwall is the second DLC to one of the most successful video games of last year. Just like the main game, in Dishonored: Knife of Dunwall you can choose between playing Daud as a true assassin or playing the game in low chaos stealth mode of play. With two completely new areas to get through as well, the amount of new gameplay is extensive — around five to six hours worth altogether.
While I found playing through the DLC as an assassin was relatively easy, when it came to playing Knife of Dunwall with low chaos stealth, however, it was a lot more difficult as I’m just not that good at stealth.
After being discovered far more than I would like, I eventually went to find the best Dishonored: Knife of Dunwall walkthrough in low chaos stealth mode of gameplay I could, to see if I there were better ways to complete the game than what I was trying to do. (And yes, there are).
Luckily, there’s a very good series of Dishonored: Knife of Dunwall walkthrough videos in low chaos stealthy mode by The Red Dragon, who got me out of a couple of tight spots once I’d watched through them.
If you’re having some of the same minor difficulties I was, I recommend you check out his series of videos too — they’ll save you a lot of frustration and make some gameplay a lot easier.
You’ll find the first one just down below.
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