Watch Dogs 2's T-Bone DLC delayed due to having to work on patches

Ubisoft prioritized updates to smooth out the game's previously broken multiplayer.


Ubisoft had planned to release Watch Dogs 2's T-Bone Content Bundle DLC on December 13, but opted to delay it.

T-Bone might have launched on time, but issues like the game's seamless multiplayer failing to work upon release required the team to put DLC on the backburner.

"This and previous patches were an important step towards stabilizing Watch Dogs 2’s seamless multiplayer functionality, and other core online features, before releasing any new multiplayer content," a Ubisoft spokesperson explained in a blog. "Since these updates required additional development resources, we’ve made the decision to adjust our release schedule for that new content."

PS4 players will get T-Bone on December 22 (December 26 in Japan). Xbox One and PC players will get caught up on January 24.

The T-Bone Content bundle centers on Raymond "T-Bone" Kenney. Players will get his attire, a modified school bus complete with a bulldozer blade, and Mayhem challenge for co-op featuring the Grenadier enemy.

There will also be a Chaos event starting the week of December 19. "This free event will run for four weeks, with each week bringing a new themed challenge through Ubisoft Club that gives players a chance to earn in-game currency and unique event rewards, like new car skins or a new bag for Marcus," said Ubisoft.

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