‘Watch Dogs 2’ Release Date, News & Update: Ubisoft’s Upcoming DLC Content, Hefty Season Pass Price Revealed

By RG Ferrer , Updated Nov 04, 2016 07:19 AM EDT

"Watch Dogs 2" is set to hit gaming shelves in several weeks but Ubisoft recently unveiled its upcoming DLC packs for the said game. Players can also opt to acquire the new gaming bundles in a hefty Season Pass price tag.

Ubisoft has prepared three DLC packs and two gaming bundles that will add new challenges, weapons and other in-game items to "Watch Dogs 2." In a recent announcement obtained by Cinema Blend, the gaming company revealed the contents of the DLCs and a Season Pass bundle that costs $40.

"Watch Dogs 2" will have three main packs titled "T-Bone Content Bundle," "Human Conditions" and "No Compromise." Each pack will add specific gameplay features to the base game such as new co-op difficulty levels and missions in several new world stories.

The "Mayhem" co-op level and a "Showd0wn" co-op mode will be introduced with the "Watch Dogs 2" DLC packs "T-Bone Content Bundle" and "No Compromise," respectively. Players will also experience an elite co-op mission in "Human Conditions," including a new kind of enemy known as the Jammer.

For gamers looking to upgrade their character's outfit, weaponry and other equipment, the "T-Bone Content Bundle" will introduce the "style and the swagger of legendary hacker Raymond 'T-Bone' Kenney," as indicated in the same report.

Ubisoft's upcoming two gaming bundles for "Watch Dogs 2" will allow gamers to customize Marcus' weapons, clothes, as well as cars. Named the "Psychedelic Pack," players can style the said items with groovy designs.

For the game's "Root Access Bundle," Ubisoft added a new Zodiac Killer mission, as well as new vehicles and several clothing choices. Apart from the said items, the bundle will also introduce a new weapon and a new drone skin.

The "Psychedelic Pack" will be available on "Watch Dogs 2's" launch day, while the "Root Access Bundle" will be out this Winter. Meanwhile, the "T-Bone Content Bundle" will be released in mid-December while "Human Conditions" and "No Compromise" will be available in Spring 2017.

In other news, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot recently revealed the game's pre-order numbers and how it is lower than the company's initial forecast, Gamespot reported. Despite the low numbers, Ubisoft is still optimistic about "Watch Dogs 2's" market performance. He stated, "We feel like the experience is a fantastic experience so we feel it can do extremely well."

"Watch Dogs 2" will be released on Nov. 15 for Xbox One and Playstation 4, while its PC version will be available on Nov. 29. Watch the game's trailer below:

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