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Watch Dogs sequel will tackle original's flaws in "surprising" and "radical" ways, says Ubisoft

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Though the critical reception wasn't universally positive, Watch Dogs certainly did the business when it came to sales, shipping around 8 million copies by July 2014. Still, developer Ubisoft says there's improvements to be made for the future of the franchise.

Speaking to CVG, Ubisoft Montreal's vice president of creative Lionel Raynaud admitted that the game wasn't perfect, but claimed that the team is listening to criticisms of both the narrative and the occasionally uninspired story missions.

Watch Dogs: Bad Blood DLC coming this September

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Eccentric hacker T-Bone is getting his own chapter of Watch Dogs DLC. Bad Blood features an entirely new singleplayer campaign consisting of ten new missions, as well as various new weapons and toys.

It's coming this September 23 for those with a Watch Dogs Season Pass, while everyone else will have to wait until September 30.

Ubisoft confirm new DLC for Watch Dogs, possibly to take place in New Jersey

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After dropping a pretty unsubtle hint, Ubisoft has confirmed that new DLC is coming to Watch Dogs this Fall. Interestingly it looks like it's going to take place in a new city - New Jersey.

"Our data indicates surveillance has become more prominent in high-crime areas," read an initial tweet posted on the game's Twitter page.

Three new Watch Dogs single player missions available now

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Ubisoft has made three new single player missions for their open world spy thriller Watch Dogs available for general purchase. Season Pass holders have had access to the new content since last week.

Included in the three-mission pack are two new weapons, several new outfits and a bunch of character boosts.

Ubisoft warn PC Watch Dogs players that installing graphics mods could have "various negative impacts"

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PC Watch Dogs players have been flocking to download a fan-created fix from modder TheWorse, which edits several config files in order to restore the game's graphics to its E3 2012 settings.

Now developer Ubisoft has released a statement denying that they downgraded the graphics of the PC version, and warning that installing unofficial mods could have "various negative impacts" on performance and stability.

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