If your holiday season could do with some more hacking, then you'll be happy to know that the first big piece of DLC for Watch Dogs 2, called the T-Bone Content Bundle, is available right now for some gamers.
As the folks at Gamespot are quick to point out, this new DLC puts the beloved character T-Bone front and center. You can grab it right now if you're gaming on the PlayStation 4 or, if you're more of a PC or Xbox One fan, then you've got to wait a bit longer. The Watch Dogs 2 DLC content will be out on Jan. 24 for those other platforms and, yes, we agree that's pretty lame.
If you don't have the season pass for WD2, you'll be able to pick up this first major DLC for $6.99. If you're thinking that sounds pretty cheap for your standard DLC these days, that might have something to do with the fact that there is no single player content included in this first big update. If you're into those cooperative Mayhem challenges, though, then you'll be excited to learn that there's a new one up for grabs, as well as the introduction of a new enemy type, the explosive Grenadier. So, what else is included in this T-Bone pack? Well, not much, actually. You can now snag the titular character's duds, as well as a modded school bus to tool around in.
While Watch Dogs 2's first DLC might not be overflowing with content, at least Ubisoft is keeping things interesting with regular events. In honor of the T-Bone pack, you can join the T-Bone Chaos Challenge in-game currently, which has you racing through a bunch of timed events in order to earn sweet loot such as skins for your cars or more moolah to spend within the game.
In case you're wondering why so much time has passed between the launch of Watch Dogs 2 and this first bit of DLC, the developers had a lot of patching and tweaking to work through before they could focus on the post-launch stuff. While the game was fine at launch, there were a few nasty bugs that needed squashing and some elements that, originally planned to be ready for launch, had to be added in later.
Speaking of which, we're curious if the game proper and its regular events have kept any of our readers coming back for more. If not, is this T-Bone-themed DLC enough to convince you to make a return trip into Watch Dogs 2? And, either way, what types of things would you like to see in future updates? Let us know in the comments below.