'Watch Dogs 2' Release Date, News & Update: Ubisoft Announces 'T-Bone' DLC Delay Thanks to Patch 1.06

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Dec 11, 2016 09:08 AM EST
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Last month, "Watch Dogs 2" was released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC to great reviews from both gamers and critics alike. However, it seemed that there were some issues concerning multiplayer mode that had to be resolved. Because of this, Ubisoft announces "T-Bone" DLC delay thanks to Patch 1.06.

According to Gamespot, the "T-Bone" DLC for "Watch Dogs 2" was supposed to arrive this December 13, Tuesday. But because the studio was focusing on addressing the multiplayer issues with Patch 1.06, they had to adjust their schedule and push back the release date of "T-Bone" DLC.

Ubisoft took to their blog to make the announcement. They wrote that patches were "an important step towards stabilizing Watch Dogs 2's seamless multiplayer functionality, and other core online features, before releasing any new multiplayer content." Fans should expect the "T-Bone" DLC to arrive on December 22 instead for PlayStation 4. Unfortunately, those who have "Watch Dogs 2" on Xbox One and Windows PC must wait til January 24 for the "T-Bone" DLC.

PlayStation Lifestyle reports that the upcoming "Watch Dogs 2" "T-Bone" DLC will feature Raymond Kenney or "T-Bone" along with his modified school bus that's amed with a bulldozer blade. The awesome new DLC will feature the new Mayhem co-op challenge with tough new enemy archetype called the Grenadier.

In addition, the "T-Bone" DLC for "Watch Dogs 2" will have an event on December 19. For four weeks, the "T-Bone Chaos" event will be free for all players, who will experience a "themed challenge" for every week the event will run. Gamers can get their hands on awesome new event rewards such as new car skins or a new bag, as well as in-game money.

"Watch Dogs 2" is now playable on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. Check out the video below to learn more.

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