Watch Dogs’ Bad Blood DLC now available, new trailer released
Publisher Ubisoft has announced that Watch Dogs’ Season Pass owners on all platforms can now freely download the game’s latest downloadable package, Bad Blood, while the rest can purchase it starting September 30th. To celebrate this latest campaign and all its forthcoming goodies, Ubisoft has also released a new trailer, which you can check out below.
“In Watch Dogs Bad Blood, players take on a new campaign starring Raymond ‘T-Bone’ Kenney, the brilliant and eccentric hacker from the original game”, reads the official press-release. “Players pick up T-Bone’s story shortly as he’s planting a false trail at Blume and receives a panicked phone call from his former Blume colleague, Tobias Frewer, who is in desperate need of help. T-Bone decides to help Tobias but quickly realises the details of his old friend’s story aren’t adding up (do they ever?)”.
In addition to the above-mentioned story-focused missions, Bad Blood also gives players access to ‘Street Sweep’ contracts, which is a dynamic new system of side-missions that offers players “endless hours of challenges”. What’s also new in Bad Blood is the fact that every last Street Sweep contract can be completed in cooperation with another player. Finally, the ‘Hacking’ and ‘Tailing’ online modes, as well as the ctOS companion app., are all playable as T-Bone, as well. If this is the first time you hear of Bad Blood, know that the DLC also offers you exclusive weapons, perks, and outfits, in addition to the remote-controlled car ‘Eugene’, which is T-Bone’s latest creation that can be upgraded with both offensive and defensive perks.
Watch Dogs is available for purchasing on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. After numerous delays, Ubisoft has decided to also release a Wii U version, which will be out on November 18th in North America and November 21st in Europe.
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