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Watch Dogs Bad Blood DLC offers new single-player campaign

Watch Dogs Bad Blood DLC is available to download now, introducing a new mini storyline campaign to the title.

Available for Season Pass holders on the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC now, Bad Blood gives you some brand new content for Watch Dogs. Players without a Season Pass can buy it separately from September 30.

Bad Blood’s protagonist is Raymond “T-Bone” Kenney, who you’ll know from the original game. The story starts as he plants a false trail at Blume and subsequently receives a phone call from a former colleague there looking for some help.

Despite the plot holes in his old pal’s story, T-Bone decides to oblige him and thus you get Bad Blood’s storyline.

“Bad Blood builds upon what helped make Watch Dogs a record-breaking success,” explains Ubisoft.

With Bad Blood, you also get access to the Street Sweep contracts, which offers a new style of side missions that can be completed in co-operative mode both locally and online.

Of course, there are a load of new and exclusives weapons, perks and outfits to discover too.

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