Watch Dogs Season Pass Lists New Campaign, Playable Character

It seems Aiden Pearce isn’t the only character in Watch_Dogs whose hacking-heavy story you’ll experience.

According to GameStop‘s online sale page for the Playstation 4 version of the Watch_Dogs season pass, part of the post-release schedule for the game includes new single-player content. The page suggests a “unique Single Player Campaign,” in which players will take control of a new character — although the listing doesn’t clarify just who that might be. (Click the image above to see a full screen cap of the listing.)

Here’s the direct quote from the page:

“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.”

Ubisoft previously mentioned that Watch_Dogs would have some 35-40 hours of story content, so it seems players will be getting even more story out of the game with the addition of the DLC. But details are thin: beyond who the character is, we don’t know how long the DLC will be, or whether it’ll take place concurrently with Aiden’s story, before or after it — if it’s related at all.

We’ve reached out to Ubisoft for more details about the post-release DLC in the season pass and the second single-player campaign, and will update with any information.

Watch_Dogs releases on May 27 on PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.

Via >All Games Beta.

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1 Comment on Watch Dogs Season Pass Lists New Campaign, Playable Character

rickshaw

On April 8, 2014 at 6:24 pm

Of course I’m buying the game ,
I just don’t believe in DLC I believe it to be content taken out of a full game to drum up more side line cash. I think this is the sorry part of new game completion, the devs have grabbed onto this loophole and of course the mass have fallen for into it.
DLC to me is just content stolen before you the buy the game. kind of sad. when I buy a game I expect to get the full game not missing content.