You’ll have to wait to play it on Xbox and PC though.
Watch Dogs 2’s second big DLC expansion goes live on PS4 today, February 21st.
The DLC is called Human Conditions, and it brings three new DedSec Operations: Bad Medicine, Caustic Progress,and Automata.
In Bad Medicine, Marcus goes after Russian mobsters who have plagued area hospitals with ransomware. Jodi, a familiar face from the first Watch Dogs, also makes a comeback in this mission.
Secondly, Caustic Progress sends DeadSec to combat the experimental nanotech that’s been forced on San Francisco’s homeless community.
Finally, Automata pits Marcus against internet company Nudle and their new biometric, self-driving cars. Of course, you’ll be able to add the self-driving car to your vehicle list after completing Automata, though it will no longer be self-driving.
On top of the DeadSec missions, three new Elite co-op missions will be added to Watch Dogs 2 with the Human Conditions DLC. In these missions lie a new enemy class. Called Jammers, they’re able to jam your hacking abilities, which will force you to switch up your strategies every once in a while.
Ubisoft says this expansion adds over five hours of new content to Watch Dogs 2, as well as “new challenges to enrich the overall game experience.” The new missions can be played in the middle of the main story, so you can jump into them as soon as you download the update.
While the Human Conditions DLC hits PS4 today, it won’t come to Xbox or PC until March 23rd. It is free for season pass holders on all platforms, but Ubisoft hasn’t yet specified a price for non-season pass owners.
Check out the Human Conditions launch trailer below for a glimpse at the new Watch Dogs 2 content. Will you be downloading it today?