Ubisoft promised to have some dynamic single player content for its third-person action/adventure Watch Dogs, and today, it delivered upon that promise with the announcement of a new DLC pack called Bad Blood.
The pack, which will arrive on September 23rd for Season Pass holders and one week later, September 30th, for everyone else, features ten new missions set across Chicago. However, this time around, you'll be tackling them as bad boy Raymond "T-Bone" Kenney, who's playable for the first time in the game.
The goal of the game is to infiltrate Blume and give them a false trail to go on, but it's easier said than done, as an old colleague named Tobias Frewer calls upon you for help. Over the course of ten missions, you'll discover that things aren't quite what they seem.
Another bonus being added to the package is Street Sweep contacts, which opens up a "dynamic new system of side missions that offers players endless hours of challenges," according to the press release. They're playable in co-op as well. Finally, yes, you'll get to use the Eugene remote control car for certain missions. Because Eugene!
No word yet on pricing, but $9.99 seems like a likely figure, and of course it'll be free for Season Pass holders.
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The new single player mission set will debut on September 23rd, featuring bad boy T-Bone in the forefront.
What else did season pass holders get? I forget.