Watch Dogs Season Pass Details Revealed

Ubisoft has announced Watch Dog’s $20 Season Pass, and detailed its contents.

In a post on the Ubiblog, the publisher revealed the contents of the Watch Dogs Season Pass, including the long-rumored extra single-player content.

Here’s the list of what your $19.99 will get you:

  • New single-player campaign – Puts you in the role of T-Bone, eccentric hacker and ally to Aiden Pearce
  • Conspiracy! – a new Digital Trip which sets you on the hunt for cyborgs
  • The Untouchables Pack – Go oldschool with some classic Chicago mobster film gear including a 1920s mobster outfit and a M1 SMG (in North America, the Untouchables Pack will only be available with the Season Pass)
  • Additional single-player missions, outfits and weapons
  • One week early access to all Watch Dogs DLC

What do think? Is it worth 20 bucks to get your hands on all the content and get it a week early? I have to admit I like the idea of more single-player DLC instead of a bunch of multiplayer maps or cosmetics. Watch Dogs is set to release on May 27 for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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4 Comments on Watch Dogs Season Pass Details Revealed

T. Jetfuel

On April 29, 2014 at 10:56 pm

Well, some of that stuff certainly sounds much better than MP maps. But what’s up with the “Early Access” DLC thing? Don’t they mean “DLC delayed by week for everyone who won’t pony up?”

Next thing you know, it’s gonna be “Sure, you can get the game without the extras… but your Kinect 3.0 is gonna periodically give you small electric shocks while you play”. The “Augmented Reality Insulation Suit”, meaning not getting zapped, will be DLC. Basically the Innovative Business Strategy here is the creation of annoyance and the positioning of relief from that annoyance as a consumer good.

Ron Whitaker

On April 30, 2014 at 5:35 am

@T. Jetfuel – You’re certainly right about that. Whether you’re talking about platform exclusive DLC or timed exclusive DLC, it’s getting to the point you describe.

On this one, it’s just that you’ll get access to the DLC a week before everyone else can buy it. And of course, they’ll also crow about how you can save money by purchasing a season pass, mostly because it guarantees them sales on whatever they might make.


On April 30, 2014 at 2:14 pm

I’m done with season passes. If you’re promoting the sale of them before the core game is even out you.


On May 2, 2014 at 12:46 am

Can we please see the game first? As far as I’m concerned, the jury is still out on this one. It *sounds* good/interesting. But Ubisoft is one of those companies where I won’t buy on instinct, their annoying DRM just being one of the reasons.

But in the end, I think I’ll buy this as a GOTY edition, if it’s good. Since Ubisoft and UPlay are just horrible, when it comes to DRM (talk about a company which works hard to make your purchase feel like you punished yourself), I don’t see myself shelling out 60 € (for the digital version with all DLC, but without the season pass). Let’s wait until the game + all/most DLC is available for around 30 € or less.