Watch Dogs gets new single player DLC and items
New missions, bonuses and weapons available for purchase
Ubisoft announced that new single player content for Watch Dogs is now available on all platforms. Today’s release includes three single player missions, unlockable weapons and perks and bonuses.
The three missions - The Palace, Signature Shot, and Breakthrough - let players further explore Chicago while earning and unlocking bonuses, boosts, perks, weapons and outfits along the way. New weapons available with this content include the Biometric Rifle and the Auto-6 pistol. The Biometric Rifle is acquired after successfully completing the Signature Shot mission and is unique to Aiden, responding his finger prints alone. The Auto-6 is a burst fire pistol that is extremely effective and deals a large amount of damage.
Among the new perks, bonuses and outfit additions are a Dedsec Battery Boost that adds additional phone battery, the South Chicago outfit, a Blume Weapon Boost that permits faster reloading for all weapons and less recoil, a Driving Master boost that offers improved vehicle hit points and an ATM Hack boost that increases the amount of money gained when hacking accounts at ATMs.
The new content can be purchased for $6.99, or it comes free for Season Pass holders.
Watch Dogs was released in May for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4. A Wii U version is planned for later this year.