Dishonored

Global Total as of 04th Oct 2014 (units): 1.60m
Platform: Xbox 360Also on: PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows
Developer: Arkane Studios Genre: Shooter

Total Units

North America: 0.99m 62.0%
+ Europe: 0.47m 29.4%
+ Japan: 0.01m 0.6%
+ Rest of the World: 0.13m 8.0%
= Global 1.60m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Dishonored Bethesda SoftworksNorth America09th October 2012Retail
Dishonored Bethesda SoftworksNorth America09th October 2012Retail
Dishonored Bethesda SoftworksJapan11th October 2012Retail
Dishonored Bethesda SoftworksEurope12th October 2012Retail
Dunwall City Trials Bethesda SoftworksEurope11th December 2012DLC
Dunwall City Trials Bethesda SoftworksNorth America11th December 2012DLC
Dunwall City Trials Bethesda SoftworksJapan11th December 2012DLC
The Knife of Dunwall Bethesda SoftworksNorth America16th April 2013DLC
The Knife of Dunwall Bethesda SoftworksJapan16th April 2013DLC
The Knife of Dunwall Bethesda SoftworksEurope16th April 2013DLC
The Brigmore Witches Bethesda SoftworksEuropeTBA 2014DLC
The Brigmore Witches Bethesda SoftworksNorth AmericaTBA 2014DLC
The Brigmore Witches Bethesda SoftworksJapanTBA 2014DLC

Game Overview

Dishonored is a stealth action-adventure game that is available on the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It was developed by Arkane Studios and is published by Bethesda Softworks. The game was released on October 9, 2012 in the US, October 11 in Japan, and October 12 in Europe.

Dishonored follows Corvo Attano, a legendary bodyguard who is framed for the murder of the Empress whom he was sworn to protect, and who works with a group called the Loyalists to restore the monarchy and have his revenge.

http://gamewise.co/games/10876/Dishonored

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Comments

mongolianbob (on 03 January 2013)
@secondwar this game is great it has the
same lead dev guy from Ion storm who did
the first deus ex games and if you like
this you should look into the new and
old deus ex games if you already
haven't the setting reminds of thief as
well. 9/10. your views on games also
spot on as franchises are ruining the
art of video games and making them into
corporate piggy banks its the same road
hollywood took around the 1960s and
american film industry in terms of art
went to shit.
SecondWar (on 29 December 2012)
Got this game for Christmas having seen
how well it was received but still
surprised how much I'm enjoying it.
Probably down to how its throws you in
the deep-end right at the start rather
than waiting until the end to reveal the
plot twist. Be great to see a sequel on
the next-generation of consoles
(emphasis on sequel, not franchise).
LevelUP (on 04 November 2012)
I'm begging for this game to get a
greenlit for a sequel.
T.Rexington (on 26 October 2012)
1.2 million if my math is correct. I
wonder how steady the sales will remain
through the holidays. This came out just
at the right time. AC3, Halo 4, BLOPS2,
and Far cry 3 will be dominating the
charts.
Slimebeast (on 23 October 2012)
480K for the opening week is simply
incredible.
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