Watch Dogs developer Ubisoft has announced just what you can expect in Watch Dogs' upcoming season pass - the bulk of which is a new side-campaign featuring side-character T-Bone.
The "not-a-hippie" dreadlocked accomplice will become the main character in his own playable missions, which you can find a glimpse of in the announcement trailer below. Of course there's plenty of other bits as well, including a new alternate reality Digital Trip mini-game, Conspiracy!, which sees players hunting down cyborgs, as well as "more single player missions, weapons and outfits".
As with most season passes you'll be able to gain access to the content a week earlier than those opting not to, and at a supposed discounted price than buying individually. Sadly it looks like the extra content won't be available on the already delayed Wii U version according to the trailer.
In other Watch Dogs news, PC users looking to upgrade to an Nvidia card will be in for a treat, with select GPU versions gaining a free copy of the hacking title. 10 recent models are included in the deal, including the Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan, 780 Ti, 780, 770, 760, 690, 680, 670, 660 Ti and 660. Currently it looks like Australia may be left out of this one, however we'll update when we hear more on the situation, but while you wait check out the newest PC "ultra" screenshots below to make your graphics card weep.
Watch Dogs is due out on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Wii U come May 28th. Check out our latest interview
with lead game designer Danny Belanger for more on Watch Dogs.