Human Conditions, the second add-on pack for Watch_Dogs 2 will be available tomorrow on PlayStation 4 and March 23rd on Xbox One and PC. The new content brings 3 new DedSec operations, one of them will see you crossing path with Jordi Chin. Plus a new enemy class (Jammer) and new elite co-op challenges. Get more details along with the trailer and screens after the jump.
WATCH_DOGS® 2 HUMAN CONDITIONS ADD-ON CONTENT AVAILABLE ON FEBRUARY 21 FOR PLAYSTATION®4 SYSTEM
The Second Content Pack Contains Three New DedSec Operations, a New Enemy Archetype and New Elite Co-op Challenges
SAN FRANCISCO — February 20, 2017 — Today, Ubisoft® announced that Human Conditions, the second add-on content pack for Watch_Dogs® 2, will be available tomorrow, February 21 on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system. Human Conditions is also part of the Season Pass content and will be available on Xbox One and Windows PC on March 23, 2017.
In Human Conditions, biotech takes center stage as players uncover three story-driven DedSec operations set within the vibrant city of San Francisco, investigate a disturbing gang conflict in co-op* with new Elite co-op challenges and face a new enemy type with enhanced tech, the Jammer. The pack contains more than five hours of new content and challenges to enhance the overall game experience.
The three new DedSec operations introduce some of the Bay’s most outrageous scientific and technological storylines:
• Automata revolves around Nudle’s new smart car, the CyruX, which uses biometric data both as a security measure and to adapt itself to the driver. But is that really all it does with a user’s personal information? DedSec sees the potential for abuse right away and sets out to expose it.
• Bad Medicine follows the trail of a dangerous ransomware that has crippled the city’s hospitals; as Marcus and his crew dig deeper to stop this menace, they will cross paths with deadly hitman Jordi Chin and form an unlikely alliance against the Russian mafia.
• Caustic Progress unveils a strange new company called RenSense that is experimenting with dangerous nanotech on the Bay Area's homeless. It has caught the attention of bio-hacker Lenni, who claims that their mobile clinics for the homeless hide very troubling human experiments. With her help, DedSec sets out to stop this madness.
Additionally, new Elite co-op challenges will enhance the co-op experience with advanced challenges to test players’ stealth and combat skills. Elite co-op challenges will require the completion of various objectives in multiple locations with bigger layouts and a couple of surprises to spice things up.
Players will also be confronted with a new enemy type, the Jammer, a deadly opponent carrying an anti-hacking device disabling all hacking options in a radius around him. DedSec members must carefully adapt their strategy to deal with this exceptional threat, temporarily disabling his device from afar or manually turning it off after taking the Jammer down.
In Watch_Dogs 2, players explore the birthplace of the tech revolution as Marcus Holloway, a brilliant young hacker who has fallen victim to ctOS 2.0’s predictive algorithms and accused of a crime he did not commit. In Marcus’s quest to shut down ctOS 2.0 for good, hacking is the ultimate weapon. Players can not only hack into the San Francisco Bay Area’s infrastructure but also every person and any connected device they possess to trigger unpredictable chains of events in this vast open world.
For more information about Watch_Dogs 2, please visit watchdogs.com.
*Multiplayer access requires a PlayStation®Plus or Xbox Live Gold membership.
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