Ubisoft has announced that its forthcoming blockbuster title Watch Dogs will be recieving the now-standard Season Pass treatment, offering players all the game's DLC for a reduced price. The publisher announced that the package will cost a very reasonable $20/£12.
Among the content set to be provided over the course of the Season Pass' life, players can look forward to exclusive single player content featuring T-Bone, an eccentric hacker, as well as a new gameplay mode, Conspiracy, additional missions, weapons, outfits and an "Untouchables" pack that includes vintage mobster outfits and weapons.
Those who opt to sign up for the Watch Dogs Season Pass will be able to access all the DLC content a full week before the general public, while also saving themselves a total of 25% on the regular cost of buying each of the offerings individually.
Watch Dogs is set to launch on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC on May 27th following a lengthy delay for additional work - the game was originally set to launch last November.