Watch Dogs: Bad Blood DLC Adds A New Single-Player Story And Cooperative Missions

By Mike Sousa on September 3, 2014, 7:32PM EDT

Players will have the opportunity to return to the Watch Dogs universe, as Ubisoft announced today a major DLC expansion for Watch Dogs titled Bad Blood. This expansion will introduce a brand new single-player story and dynamic side missions up to two players.

Taking place after the events of Watch Dogs' main story, Bad Blood puts players in control of Raymond "T-Bone" Kenney as he has to choose between taking on the Blume Corporation or save on old friend. This new campaign includes 10 story missions and will let players explore new areas of Watch Dogs' Chicago.

The expansion will also introduce Street Sweep contracts, side missions that will allow T-Bone to acquire more skills and notoriety. According to Ubisoft, these missions are infinite and very diverse, with each mission having several different objectives including taking down multiple gang members or protecting a witness from being killed. These missions can either be played solo or with a friend.

In addition, armed security cameras are also being added to the game with this expansion. T-Bone will have the option to hack these security cameras and use them to kill enemies.

Season Pass owners can download Bad Blood for free on the 23rd of September. Those without the Season Pass will have to wait until the 30th of September, but a price has yet to be revealed.

Source: Ubisoft Blog

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