Ubisoft, the publisher of Watch Dogs 2, just announced the second big expansion for PlayStation 4. The new DLC Human conditions will include three new story missions. The new missions are called Automata, Bad Medicine and Caustic Progress.
In Automata, Marcus goes up against Nudle an in-game internet company and its new biometric, self driving cars. In Bad Medicine, the game’s protagonist teams up with a hitman to take out a common enemy that is holding for ransom the city’s hospitals. In the last new mission for the game, DedSec sets out to combat the sinister nanotech that preys and terrorizes San Francisco’s homeless community. The Watch Dogs 2 DLC also includes new Elite co-op missions which test the mettle of more experienced players with advanced challenges and bigger layouts as well as the Jammer, a new enemy type.
These new enemies’ anti-hack devices can incapacitate the player’s own hacking abilities. This means that gamers will have to switch up their strategies from time to time to defeat these new opponents. The events of Human Conditions can occur during or after the main story of Watch Dogs 2. This means that players can jump into the DLC no matter how far in the game the players are.
Ubisoft has recently admitted that although Watch Dogs 2’s launch was not as dynamic as the company expected it to be, it is now picking up momentum and is now in the positive. In the United Kingdom, Watch Dogs 2 sales were down 80 percent compared to its predecessor. However, the game has consistently fared well since, as published by GameSpot.
Watch Dogs 2 DLC Human Conditions will come to PC and Xbox One on March 23. The new patch will be free to season pass holders on all platforms. There is no announcement on the price yet for those gamers who do not have season passes, as reported by Gamerranx.