Watch Dogs 2 (opens in new tab) players on PS4 will get a 30 day head start on all of the game's DLC. What was that about satirizing all the aggravating parts of tech culture, again? Self-awareness or lack thereof aside, all five parts will be available individually or as part of Watch Dogs 2's $39.99/£29.99 season pass regardless of platform.
The current DLC plan includes three bigger episodes that add new co-op challenges and single-player missions, and two smaller packs that add in new cars, outfits, and other gear. The first DLC episode will be the "T-Bone Content Bundle" on December 13 - if you thought, "Man, I wish I could drive the school bus / backhoe combo that T-Bone maybe owns for some reason" while you were playing the first game, I have some great news for you. It also lets you cosplay as the scruffy anarchist and try out a new, extra-tough Mayhem difficulty level for the co-op mode.
The second and third episodes will arrive in spring: Human Conditions, which adds three new "world stories" (I think that means side missions) including a cameo from Chicago fixer Jordi Chin and new Elite co-op missions; and No Compromise, which introduces a new story mission and a co-op mode called Showdown.
Watch Dogs 2 itself will be released on November 15 on PS4 and Xbox One. The tie-dyed "Psychedelic Pack" will be available as soon as it comes out (if you're playing on PS4).
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