Watch Dogs: Bad Blood | It's T-Bone's Turn.

Return to Chicago with everyone’s favorite ctOS engineer, Raymond “T-Bone” Kenney. Taking place shortly after the resolution of Aiden Pearce’s story, Watch Dogs: Bad Blood puts players in control of T-Bone as they enter an all new chapter in Watch Dogs. The latest gameplay trailer shows more of what you’re expect from Watch Dogs, but with a few new tweaks.

T-Bone puts his new toys to work.
T-Bone puts his new toys to work.

The latest trailer features T-Bone dispatching of two guards with his new wrench and taser melee weapons. Among his other toys is an RC car, dubbed “Eugene” complete with front mounted taser and explosive charges. Obviously this is all on top of a heavy dose of hacking, stealth, and gunplay that we all come to expect from Watch Dogs.

The debut of co-op play in the Watch Dogs franchise looks promising.
The debut of co-op play in the Watch Dogs franchise looks promising.

We also get a glimpse of the new co-op feature, which Ubisoft is calling “Street Swap” contracts, where you can team up with other players to take on enemies in side missions that they claim are “dynamic” and will bring players “endless hours of challenges.” While the co-op play is a nice new feature, Watch Dogs: Bad Blood players with a taste for PvP will still be able to play the Hacking and Tailing modes with their scruffy new hero.

Watch Dogs: Bad Blood appears to be more of the same in terms of gameplay. That’s not a bad thing though as it does more of what fans want from the game, while providing a more likeable character in the fan favorite T-Bone, several new toys, and a co-op feature that should fit perfectly in a game like Watch Dogs. Season Pass holders can get their hands on Ubisoft‘s new DLC package on September 23, while the rest will have to wait until the September 30.

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