'Watch Dogs 2' Update: Hefty Patch 1.11 Adds Human Conditions DLC Support, New Locations In The Bay Area, New Clothing And More!
Ubisoft has currently launched update 1.11 for "Watch Dogs 2". The latest patch is bringing new features and content, tweaks as well as balance improvements to prepare the game for its upcoming Human Conditions DLC. The update is now being deployed on PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms.
Update 1.11 contains 10.67GB of data for the PS4 while the size of data for the Xbox One and PC is still unknown. Ubisoft has already stated ahead of time about the large size of the update because of a large area in the map, for instance.
"Because the Bay Area is very large, this patch is pretty hefty", said the publisher. Here are some of the important contents of the patch for Watch Dogs 2 Update 1.11.
New Content and Features
New World Locations. There are many new locations that are added and updated in the world map. The publisher did not list them all but encouraged players to explore the update once they downloaded it.
New Clothing. Players can express themselves from the choices of 12 new clothing items and 4 DedSec clothing itemsthat can be accessed across various shops.
Bounty Hunter Respawn. Hunters can respawn if they are chased and killed by another hunter. This frature can only be used for one time only.
Narrative. Players who finished the story can replay the last mission as the publisher added a little extra something to watch at the end. They did not reveal the content to not spoil the fun.
There are also new Dances, new Emotes and two new outfits for Ubisoft Club Rewards featuring designs celebrating the upcoming "For Honor" and "Ghost Recon Wildlands" games.
Tweaks and Balancing
There are tweaks and balancing that optimizes leaderboard interface and user experience, multiplayer mode, improvements on shooting, Car on Demand vehicles new spawn locations and many more!
Full patch notes for the update 1.11 can be viewed via WCCFTech website. "Watch Dogs 2" Human Conditions DLC will hit all platforms on March 31.