The first details have been leaked in regards to the DLC plans for “Watch Dogs,” which will be released next month for the PC, PS4, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. According to a report from Dual Shockers on April 8, GameStop listed that the open-world action-adventure video game comes with a season pass.
The digital ticket includes a single-player campaign expansion that will be based on a new playable character. The story from the main campaign is based on Aiden Pearce, a skilled hacker residing in Chicago. The other packs are also going to add additional missions, weapons and some exclusives. By purchasing the season pass at $19.99, players are going to save over 30 percent when compared to buying each piece of content separately. No release dates for the future DLC has been announced by Ubisoft, however. You can check out the details from the GameStop listing below:
Stay connected to the world of Watch Dogs with the Watch Dogs Season Pass. Get access to a unique Single Player Campaign featuring a new playable character plus more missions, weapons, and exclusive content for $19.99. That’s an over 30% savings versus buying each piece separately.
The aforementioned description suggested that the new DLC packs are going to focus on the single-player campaign. “Watch Dogs” includes several online multiplayer modes along with the traditional story missions. According to Eurogamer, up to eight players can participate in competitive fights, races and free-roam matches. Furthermore, you can invade another player’s world in a similar manner to the “Dark Souls” video games.
The new intellectual property is coming first to the PC, PS4, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms on May 27 after a lengthy delay of approximately six months. Wii U fans will have to wait even longer as the software product isn’t coming to the Nintendo’s high-definition system until a later date. However, Ubisoft is planning to take advantage of the second screen game pad.
“Watch Dogs” is expected to perform best on the PC. The PS4 version should end up being the best-looking console iteration of the open-world sandbox video game.