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Watch Dogs 2 Season Pass Details Announced!

Ubisoft have announced the details of the Watch Dogs 2 season pass in preparation for the game’s 15th November release date. For those of us playing it on Xbox One we will have to wait a bit longer before receiving the three main DLCs as Ubisoft and Sony have made a deal for 30 day exclusivity on PlayStation 4. Needless to say the content is exactly the same for both consoles. The Watch Dogs 2 Season Pass includes:
DLC 1 – T-Bone Content Bundle
Remember the original Watch Dogs? Prepare to embrace the swagger of legendary hacker Raymond “T-Bone” Kenney with his truck and outfit. You also get ‘Mayhem’ a new co-op difficulty level that pits players against a new enemy archetype armed with advanced weaponry.
Available on 2nd Jan for Xbox One, 13th Dec for PS4


DLC 2 – Human Conditions
Three new hour long story missions focusing on San Francisco’s scandals at the cutting edge of science, medicine and misuse. Players will meet other familiar faces like Jordi from the original Watch Dogs as they face more new enemy types such as ‘Jammers’ who have the technology to hunt the players down.
Available Spring 2017

DLC 3 – No Compromise
Another new story mission where Marcus finds himself in the cross-hairs of the Russian Mafia, exploring the seedy underbelly of San Francisco. New Co-op mode ‘Showd0wn’ where only the best players will survive.
Available Spring 2017

Psychedelic Pack – Customization options
Deck out Marcus with Tie-Dye outfits, weapon skins, cars and a drone skin. The grooviest look for a modern hacker.
Available Day-One with Season Pass


Root Access Bundle
More new outfits, cars, weapons and a drone skin. Plus a new Zodiac Killer story mission.
Available This Winter

The Season Pass comes with the Gold Edition of the Game or is available to purchase separately for £29.99. Watch Dogs 2 will be released worldwide on November 15th .

Watch the Season Pass Trailer here:

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