New content promises “substantial story-arcs”.
Ubisoft has shared details of the next Watch Dogs 2 DLC pack, Human Conditions.
The downloadable content pack – which will release on February 21 on PlayStation 4, and March 23 on PC and Xbox One – promises to be “a meaty one”, adding “three new multi-mission Operations to the story and giving Marcus Holloway and his DedSec crew new villains to hunt”.
According to a teaser video, as well as new missions the DLC brings “substantial story-arcs” that give Marcus a fresh selection of challenges and enemies, with “never seen before” areas.
“We’ve plowed through two of the new Operations, and they’re pretty substantial, with new areas to explore and unique challenges to face,” writes Mikel Reparaz, editor on the Ubisoft blog.
The T-Bone Content Bundle, which released in December, brought a new Mayhem co-op challenge, as well as T-Bone’s attire and his modified school bus, equipped with a bulldozer blade.
In the most recent update, Watch Dogs 2 got an extended ending – and it may just be hinting at a setting for Watch Dogs 3. That patch also added new areas, emotes, clothing and the Carlton Dance from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
IGN’s review gave Watch Dogs 2 a “great” 8.5, stating: “Watch Dogs 2’s distinctive hacking and puzzle mechanics do a great job of reminding you that you’re not playing just another Grand Theft Auto clone as you tear through its beautiful Bay Area map.”