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Watch Dogs' planned DLC will offer a hefty update to the game by adding a new playable character with their own campaign, and a number of other additions.
The season pass will be $19.99 and offer players a new single-player campaign, and the chance to play as T-Bone, who is a, "brilliant but eccentric hacker," with a southern accent and dreadlocks, and he likes to blow things up, because he's not a hippie.
The season pass also unlcocks new missions and outfits for Aiden, an exclusive untouchables pack which dresses Aiden up like a classic gangster, and the digital trip mode. Digital trip mode appears to give Aiden something similar to Google Glass that changes the way everything looks and puts Aiden on the hunt for cyborgs. Purchasing the season pass also gives owners the chance to start playing the DLC a week before everyone else.
For more on Watch Dogs, check out our extended hands-on preview here, as well as a breakdown of the recent multiplayer trailer. Watch Dogs is coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on May 27 and to Wii U sometime later this year.
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I'll pass on this, doesn't sound intriguing at all to me. I'll have fun enjoying the main game.
DOes not say if it is coming to Wii U. Hopefully it does.
As someone that doesn't really care about the multiplayer, it is nice to see so much single player content in this season pass. The robot-zombie-things look interesting.
Whoa... alotta content!
The cyborg hunting thing screams Blood Dragon. I'm glad Ubisoft is embracing the sillier side of things while still having a very serious game.
Nothing makes me want to part with my money like costumes that's sole purpose for not being in the game in the first place is to fill out the asking price for the season pass.
I'm still feeling burned after the Assassin's Creed III season pass and more recently the Batman: Arkham Origins season pass but I'll admit this does look pretty cool. The T-Bone campaign and additional costumes are kinda meh but the Digital Trip mode actually looks pretty interesting; I'm guessing it starts out with the player tracking down and exposing the cyborgs and then turns into a Horde-esque survivial mode once the cyborgs find out they've been exposed.
Yea, I think I'll wait for it to be on a steam sale in the future. For the time being I'll just play the initial game.
People still support season passes?
I really like the planned DLC, at least it´s not just multiplayer maps like most games...
Yeah, I'll likely be buying the pass.