While Watch Dogs: Legion is all about playing as anyone. Its upcoming DLC, Bloodline, is about playing as two specific characters. Aiden Pearce, the protagonist of the first game, and Wrench, a character from the second, will return to Watch Dogs next month on July 6.
The latest story expansion, which comes included in the Watch Dogs: Legion Season Pass, sees Pearce travel to London to steal a small device that grants control of an army of killer robots. Yup, killer robots.
However, Pearce’s plans are scuppered when Wrench gets there first. The result is a race against time as Pearce’s nephew is taken hostage, with Pearce forced to retrieve the device from Wrench.
Bloodline will allow players to add Pearce and Wrench to their roster of DedSec operators in both the campaign and online. The story will act as a prequel to the main narrative of Watch Dogs: Legion.
Watch Dogs: Legion fans have been eagerly awaiting post-launch support, with most post-launch content suffering delays due to the ongoing hybrid work status brought about by COVID-19. However, with the online portion launching in March, Legion is steadily becoming a stacked experience.
To anyone without the Season Pass that is interested in Bloodline, this story DLC will set you back $14.99 when it launches.