Watch Dogs: Bad Blood for PlayStation 4

Watch Dogs: Bad Blood

Sep 30, 2014

Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game Watch Dogs to play.

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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature


Revisit Chicago in a brand new Watch_Dogs adventure! Play as T-Bone Grady, the legendary and eccentric hacker and Aiden Pearce's trusted comrade. Now on the run from Blume, T-Bone only has two choices: flee and start a new life elsewhere, or fight Blume to save an old friend. Face your shady past on your road to redemption. New features: Play as T-Bone Grady in 10 new campaign missions. Discover many new locations, like T-Bone’s new hideout or Blume’s secret office. Fight with various new tools like T-Bone’s remote-controlled car, deadly armed cameras and brand new hacks. Experience a new dynamic system of side missions that offer players endless hours of challenges to unlock new perks, collect cash and increase your reputation in Chicago’s gang world. Enjoy the brand new 2 player online co-op mode with a friend or in public match making.

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Miguel ConcepcionSep 26, 2014
Just as Watch Dogs and Bad Blood feature an amalgamation of Ubisoft game designs, this add-on is also an unsurprising compilation of mission types taken from the full game. ...Bad Blood introduces new mechanics that fit snugly within an already fully-featured world. It's these qualities that make Bad Blood an essential purchase for Watch Dogs fans.
Michael HuberOct 03, 2014
While T-Bone doesn’t do too much to differentiate himself from Aiden Pearce, Bad Blood provides a few interesting twists to the core gameplay and some memorable moments along the way. With a great new set of story missions lasting several hours long, and the addition of co-op play, it’s worth picking up despite some repetitive side content.
Robert RamseySep 30, 2014
There's no doubt that T-Bone makes a much more interesting lead than Aiden Pearce, but Bad Blood's gameplay fails to reflect the swap. Fortunately, though, the combination of sneaking, hacking, and shooting feels just as cohesive and enjoyable as it did in the main game. If you could do with more Watch Dogs, you'll have a rocking good time with this continuation – but don't expect any deviations from the original title's solid but predictable template.

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