Watch Dogs 2 Season Pass Fully Detailed by Ubisoft

Jorge Jimenez
Posted Nov 2, 2016
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Take down ctOS, one line of code at a time. Ubisoft just revealed all the content that comes with the Season Pass for Watch Dogs 2. Watch Dogs 2 follows the exploits of hacktivist Marcus Halloway as he uses his superior hacking abilities to cause trouble for the 1% in San Francisco.

Here’s what comes with the Season Pass:

  • T-Bone Content Bundle
    Raymond “T-Bone” Kenney returns in Watch Dogs 2 and he’s brought his tropical trucker-hobo look with him. The T-Bone Bundle includes his truck, his outfit, and Mayhem – a new difficulty level for co-op activities that introduces a new enemy archetype equipped with advanced weaponry. (Available December 13 for PS4)
  • Human Conditions
    Uncover scandals in San Francisco’s science and medicine industries through several hours of content spread across three new world stories. Additionally, this content unlocks elite co-op missions that feature the Jammer – an enemy that possesses the technology to hunt you down. Available Spring 2017
  • No Compromise
    Marcus takes on the Russian Mafia in a new world story that exposes an even more dangerous side of San Francisco. You can also experience a new co-op mode called Showd0wn where only the best players can survive. Available Spring 2017
  • Root Access Bundle
    Someone claiming to be the Zodiac Killer has returned to the Bay Area, and they’re leaving new messages from Marcus to uncover and decipher. In addition to the Zodiac Killer mission, this bundle includes new outfits, cars, a drone skin, and a new weapon. Available this Winter
  • Psychedelic Pack
    Hippies. San Francisco. A groovy weapon, outfit, drone, and car await. Available Day One
Yesterday Origins Delayed until November 10th Due to Manufacturing Delay

The Season Pass for Watch Dogs 2 will be part of the Gold Edition, though it can also be purchased separately for $39.99. Expect to get you hack on when Watch Dogs 2 releases on November 15th for Xbox One and PlayStation 4; PC gamers have to wait November 29th but at least Ubisoft promised features like uncapped frame rate, multiGPU support and more.

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