The first DLC pack for Watch Dogs 2, known as the T-Bone Content Bundle, has been pushed back by over a week, Ubisoft has announced.
In a press release, the company revealed that the team has been busy focusing on “stabilizing Watch Dogs 2’s seamless multiplayer functionality, and other core online features, before releasing any new multiplayer content.”
The T-Bone Content Bundle will now launch on December 22nd for PlayStation 4, and January 24th for Xbox One and PC. Originally, PS4 players were expecting to be able to enjoy the bundle as of tomorrow, with the DLC arriving on other platforms 30 days later.
When Watch Dogs 2 originally launched last month, the game’s online components were buggy at best, and completely unusable at worst, so fixing these problems have been a priority for the dev team since then.
The T-Bone Content Bundle, naturally, “revolves around Raymond Kenney, AKA T-Bone, and includes his attire, as well as his modified school bus, complete with bulldozer blade for creating extra chaos.”
Additionally, the DLC will introduce another Mayhem co-op challenge, which gives two players the chance to take on a brand new enemy type; the Grenadier.
This will all be free to Season Pass owners of the game, but Ubisoft has yet to reveal a pricing for those who wish to purchase the content separately.