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Here’s what you get with Watch Dogs 2’s $39.99 season pass

New missions, items and more

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We’ve known about the various editions of Watch Dogs 2 for some time now, but it wasn’t until today that publisher Ubisoft detailed the contents of the game’s $39.99 season pass.

The season pass features three major downloadable content packs that will be released after the game launches later this month. The T-Bone Content Bundle brings in an additional enemy class in a new difficulty mode for Watch Dogs 2’s co-op missions, along with the truck and outfit used by Raymond "T-Bone" Kenney. Next up is Human Conditions, which appears to be a larger DLC pack: It will offer "several hours of content spread across three new world stories," according to Ubisoft. Playing through it will unlock tough new co-op missions featuring an anti-hacker enemy known as the Jammer.

Watch Dogs 2’s third add-on will be called No Compromise. It will introduce a co-op mode, Showdown, that pits the hacker groups DedSec and Prime_Eight against each other. The DLC pack also offers a new story sequence in which protagonist Marcus Holloway takes on the Russian Mafia.

Two other DLC packs come with the season pass: the Root Access Bundle, which includes a mission inspired by the Zodiac Killer, and the Psychedelic Pack, which offers tie-dye customization options for cars and weapons. Both of them will be available on launch day to customers who pre-order Watch Dogs 2 and its season pass. The season pass is available on its own for $39.99, and it’s included in the game’s $99.99 Gold Edition.

Watch Dogs 2 launches Nov. 15 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and Nov. 29 on Windows PC. For more, check out footage from the first two hours below.

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