Single Player DLC comes to Watch Dogs…

Ubisoft has announced that some single player DLC is now available for you to download and purchase for Watch Dogs.

Some new single player content for Watch Dogs is now available on all platforms. You will gain access to three new missions, unlockable weapons, perks and bonuses.

:The Palace Single Player Mission: A police raid is planned on the luxury palace of an Internet mogul. His databanks have intimate details on thousands of people including Dedsec and Aiden Pearce. Break inside, wipe his hard drive and escape before the raid begins. Then silence the Internet mogul.

Signature Shot Single Player Mission: A biometrics weapon has been smuggled into Chicago for a captain of the Black Viceroys gang. The weapon only works with the first person to imprint his palm on the handle. Breach a stronghold, steal the package and be the first to
imprint the weapon.

Breakthrough Single Player Mission: A secret gathering is underway. The Chicago South Club is negotiating power with Corporate CEOs. The Club has hired scramblers to block surveillance devices. Find the scrambler vehicles and take out their technicians. Locate the meeting and eliminate everyone taking part.

The new weapons Aiden Pearce can have access to is the Biometric Rifle, and the Auto-6 pistol. As for perks, he will have additional battery power, faster reloading and an ATM hack that allows him to steal more money.

Season Pass holders can get the DLC for free. Other Watch Dogs can purchase the DLC separately.

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