The upcoming Wii U edition of Ubisoft's open-world hacking game Watch Dogs won't be featuring any form of additional DLC, according to a recent Twitter post
from the developer.
The official Watch Dogs Twitter account responded to a question about DLC for Watch Dogs on Wii U, saying, "No, the Wii U version will not have the DLC." The Bad Blood DLC came out for the Ubisoft game today, with a season pass also available for purchase on other consoles.
It doesn't come as a surprise though, especially with Ubisoft's most recent comments labelling Watch Dogs as the "last mature game" for Nintendo's failing console. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot attributed the decision to poor sales in previous series, namely Assassin's Creed.
In related news, and to rub salt into the wound, Ubisoft has announced that their new story campaign "Bad Blood" is now available for play. The DLC offers a new story campaign featuring one of Watch Dogs' supporting characters, Raymond "T-Bone" Kenney, who receives a panicked call from a former Blume colleague requesting help.
The DLC will also include a new Street Sweep co-op mission mode, as well as new weapons, outfits and perks. The DLC is available right now to PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xbox One, with Xbox 360 getting a copy by September 30th.