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'Watch Dogs' loading screen patch, season pass DLC and more fixes detailed

'Watch Dogs'
'Watch Dogs'
Photo courtesy of Ubisoft, used with permission

Some fixes have been revealed in regards to several glitches found in the recently-released PS4 version of the multiplatform video game, "Watch Dogs." According to a report from Gamepur on May 30, the issue regarding the missing contents from the season pass has been resolved. Players previously couldn't find the Conspiracy digital trip and two Untouchables packs.

A user going by the alias of "SuitcoatAvenger" on the Ubisoft forums was able to locate the missing DLC. Players are instructed to go to the Playstation Store and head to the "Games" section. They should then select the "New" option, followed by "Addons" and "See More." The missing Conspiracy digital trip and two Untouchables packs will be listed along with the other season pass contents.

A lot of fans are also having trouble with a loading screen glitch, which is activated when downloading any items from the Uplay store. Ubisoft has confirmed that a patch is in development to address the bug. The company also provided a possible temporary solution by first suggesting users to back up their save files either through the Playstation Plus cloud service or by using a USB external storage solution. They are then instructed to delete and re-install the game data before restoring the backup save again.

"Watch Dogs" was heavily advertised for the PS4 when it came out on May 27 in North America. Ubisoft decided to team up with Sony Computer Entertainment to promote the video game. Furthermore, the PS3 and PS4 iterations also received exclusive contents that added around one more hour to the overall length.

The new intellectual property also came out for the PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on the same day. A Nintendo Wii U version is in development as well with an official release date window set for later in the fall season of this year. A gameplay sequence of "Watch Dogs" from Ubisoft's Facebook site can be seen near the top of this article.