Watch Dogs Releases on Wii U This Week, With Some DLC Added

Open world action title coming to Nintendo's platform with two add-on items in tow.

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The Wii U edition of Watch Dogs ships internationally this week, with Nintendo offering some DLC content via the eShop.

Ubisoft's open-world action game shipped on cross-gen platforms and PC in May, following a delay from its initial November 2013 launch date. But the Wii U version was delayed further, and is due to ship on November 18 in the US, and November 21 in the UK.

Although Ubisoft initially said that the Wii U version would not feature the Bad Blood DLC, there is some other add-on content available.

Via the Nintendo eShop, players can download the Conspiracy DLC, which is an in-game augmented reality mission where AI enemies are hunted down. The second add-on pack is Access Granted, which is a compilation of the pre-order bonus content that shipped across all versions. It includes new outfits, skills, and a trio of contract missions.

Ubisoft has shipped 9 million copies of Watch Dogs worldwide, which helped the publisher bolster sales significantly.

GameSpot's Watch Dogs review was generally positive, describing it as a "lushly produced and riotous game with an uncanny ability to push you from one task to the next".

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