Ubisoft?s 2016 sequel to its popular open world adventure, Watch Dogs 2, is set to receive a major update in January. The developer is preparing to introduce a new DLC content for the game. Dubbed the T-Bone Content Bundle, the new Watch Dogs 2 patch will provide new and exciting features to the action-adventure game.
Ubisoft stated that the initial content of the Watch Dogs 2 DLC will be available for PlayStation 4 on Dec. 22, 2016, followed by Xbox and PC on January 24, 2017. It is now available for download to those who own a season pass.
The new Watch Dogs 2 update will focus on Raymond Kenney, aka T-Bone. The content will add T-Bone?s new attire, modified school bus, and bulldozer blade. The content will also feature a new Mayhem co-op challenge and a new villain, the Grenadier. He is quite the tough guy and uses advanced weaponry and tactics.
T-Bone Chaos Event
Ubisoft is also streaming two game trailers for Watch Dogs 2’s first DLC expansion called the T-Bone Chaos event. Its first trailer involves killing gangsters using a Taco truck. The second features players as Marcus Holloway doing different challenges and quest from the notorious DedSec hacker T-Bone.
The T-Bone Chaos event started on December 19. The free event will run for four weeks, with a new themed challenge introduced each week via the Ubisoft Club.
The T-Bone Chaos event features four different challenges such as ?Quite the warm-up,? ?Taco Truck Mayhem,? ?Blow the Lid Off? and ?Better Together.? The challenges will provide players a chance to earn special event rewards. These include the T-Bone themed car, in-game currency, and rewards.
Players can participate in the chaos event regardless of whether they possess a DLC pack or not. The ?T-Bone Content Bundle? will be available for download on January 24, 2017 to PC and XBox One gamers.
Following the T-Bone DLC, Watch Dogs 2 players can look forward to two more story pack DLCs – Human Conditions and No Compromise. Their launch dates have yet to be announced. Stay tuned for more Watch Dogs 2 updates and details.