Ubisoft Reveals Details for Watch Dogs 2 Season Pass

Content to include story missions, co-op modes, outfits, and more.

Content to include story missions, co-op modes, outfits, and more.

Yesterday, Ubisoft’s Official Blog posted details on what the season pass for Watch Dogs 2 will include.  

Available on day one, the “Psychedelic Pack” will be a hippie-themed bundle featuring a new outfit, car, weapon, and a drone. 

For PlayStation 4 owners, the next DLC will come out December 13th and will be called the “T-Bone Content Bundle”.  This bundle includes story content featuring returning character Raymond ‘T-Bone’ Kenney, a new ‘Mayhem’ co-op difficulty setting, and a new enemy type with advanced weaponry. Further details on a release date for Xbox One and PC have not been announced.  

The “Root Access Bundle”, also available this winter, will feature a Zodiac Killer story, new outfits, cars, a drone skin, and a new weapon.  The remaining two DLC will be available in spring 2017; “Human Conditions” will feature three new story missions with a focus on the science and pharmaceutical industries, in addition to new elite co-op missions featuring a Jammer enemy type.  “No Compromise” will feature a story involving the Russian Mafia, and a new co-op mode called “Showdown”.


Watch Dogs 2 is Ubisoft’s follow-up to 2014’s Watch DogsThe sequel is said to have a different tone than the original, allowing gamers to play as Marcus Holloway in the city of San Fransisco, rather than Aiden Pearce in Chicago. 

The Season Pass is currently available as part of Watch Dogs 2′s Gold Edition, or as a separate purchase.  The game is set to release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One November 15th, with a PC release slated for November 29th.

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