T-Bone Stars in Watch Dogs Season Pass DLC

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A month ahead of its May 27th launch, Ubisoft has revealed the full slate of Season Pass downloadable content coming to open world hacking action game, Watch Dogs.

The centerpiece of the Season Pass will be an add-on story campaign starring dreadlocked hacker, T-Bone. Other content and perks will include:

•All-New Single-Player Story – Take on the role of T-Bone, a brilliant but eccentric hacker who lives by his own rules.

•Conspiracy! – A new Digital Trip game mode that lets players hunt down cyborgs in this mind-bending alternate game universe.

•Exclusive Untouchables Pack – Pay homage to the classic Chicago mobster film with a M1 SMG weapon and a 1920s mobster outfit. In North America, the Untouchables Pack will only be available through Season Pass.

•More single player missions, weapons, and outfits.

•Save more than 25% over the individual downloadable pack prices.

•Season Pass holders get one-week early access to all included Watch Dogs add-on content.

The Watch Dogs Season Pass will be available for $19.99 on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Watch the trailer below for a preview of all included DLC.

And if you missed it previously, here’s the recent multiplayer gameplay demo walkthrough:

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