The additional single-player campaign puts players in control of T-Bone Grady, an “eccentric hacker and ally to Aiden,” who—as expressed in the season pass trailer above—has an affinity for blowin’ things up because he’s not, the man himself stresses, a hippie.
The new Digital Trip mission—optional quests that send the players into virtual reality playground that allows fore more arcade-y gameplay experiences than the main narrative permits, like stomping about Chicago in a spider tank. The season pass’ Digital Trip mission sees Aiden hunting cyborgs masquerading as everyday Chicagoans.
The season pass also includes the Untouchables Pack, which allows players to dress Aiden up in 1920s mobster–inspired ensembles and an M1 SMG. In North America, this add-on will only be available through the season pass.
Anyone who picks up the Watch Dogs season pass, priced $19.99 on all platforms but Wii U, will also gain access to Watch Dogs DLC one full week before its proper launch.
Watch Dogs arrives on Windows PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360 May 27 worldwide. A Wii U version is expected to shape later in the year.