PlayStation Plus users can download Arkan Studio's much-loved Dishonored for free for PS3 between now and May 5, Bethesda revealed.
A PlayStation Plus subscription is required to not only nab the game, but to also play its content (so if your sub lapses at any time, you won't have access to the game). The offer dries up on the 5th, which also happens to be new content release day for Bethesda's other well-received shooter, Wolfenstein, when The Old Blood drops for PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360.
Here's an excerpt from our Dishonored review, in case the game has somehow slipped you by:
It’s probably easiest, from the outset, to give you the requisite comparisons for contextual purposes. In every review of this game you read, these will appear almost like a checklist, but it’s important to lay a foundation given this is new waters for everyone, which in itself is an important point I’ll touch on shortly. Thief, Deus Ex and BioShock - those three games could very easily sum up for you the types of situations and opportunities you’ll be faced with in Dishonored, and yet levelled by the aforementioned narrative construct, any components it harbours from those games is left to “homage” rather than “borrow”, because it’ll conjure familiarity for most, but on the whole everything is delivered in such a grounded way, it all becomes the property of the Dishonored universe.Click here for the full review