Ubisoft has confirmed the previously rumoured Watch Dogs season pass, which is headlined by a new chunk of single-player content featuring a new protagonist.
The Watch Dogs season pass will be sold for $19.99, with Ubisoft saying it offers more than a 25 percent saving on buying the DLC individually. Season pass owners will also get all Watch Dogs DLC a week earlier than regular punters. The new single-player content will have players take on the role of T-Bone, who Ubisoft describes as a "brilliant but eccentric hacker who lives by his own rules."
There's also a new mode, called Digital Trip, which has players hunting cyborgs in an alternate game universe. Cyborgs. Also included are more single-player missions, weapons, and outfits. Ubisoft has listed the Watch Dogs season pass for all of the game's platforms, with the exception of the Wii U; a Ubisoft representative is reported to have said that the Wii U version would be released this fall. Watch Dogs will be released for PS4, PS3 Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC on May 27.
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