Watch Dogs: Legion‘s Bloodline DLC is available now. The standalone expansion reintroduces Watch_Dog’s Aiden Pierce and the sequel’s Wrench in a new story arc. The DLC was accompanied by Title Update 5.0, which introduces Operative mask options amongst a plethora of bug fixes and general gameplay improvements.
Set before the events of the main game, Bloodline once again puts players in the shoes of Aiden Pearce from Watch_Dogs and Wrench from Watch Dogs 2. Aiden takes on a routine fixer job in London and aims to reconnect with his nephew, Jackson. The job sends him into one of Broca Tech’s laboratories to steal a mysterious piece of technology, but Wrench unexpectedly steals the device instead. Aiden needs to team up with Jackson to take on the corporate giant but Wrench’s unpredictability won’t make things easy.
The DLC was originally due to be released in June and arrives a little later than planned. It can be purchased separately or as part of the game’s Season Pass. Season Pass owners will also be able to play as both characters in the main game or online modes, and each will come with their own special abilities:
- Aiden Pearce comes with:
- Focus: Slow-mo aiming after takedown
- System Crash: Disable electronics in the area
- Gunslinger: Well-timed reload buffs damage
- Wrench comes with:
- Summon Sergei: summons a Custom Drone
- Ninja Balls: Mini LTL Flashbangs
- Lady Smash: a Big Custom Hammer
- MPX SMG and LTL Grenade Launcher: custom skins on unique weapon arsenal
The DLC was accompanied by Title Update 5.0. Not only did the update add the groundwork for the DLC, it also added Operative mask options and a range of other bug fixes and improvements. The patch notes can be seen below.
Watch Dogs: Legion Title Update 5.0 Patch Notes
Operative Mask Toggle
– Added a setting in the wardrobe that determines how an Operative wears their mask.
- Auto = Default behavior, operative will put on the mask in combat and restricted areas.
- Always ON = Operative will always wear their mask
- Always OFF = Operative will never wear their mask
– This is set on a per operative basis.
Masks! They are fun, they look cool, and now you have more direct control over when your operative’s wear ’em. Or maybe not wear ’em. It is up to you! This has long been a request from both fans and us devs alike, and we are really happy with the additional customization this allows. We hope you dig it as much as we do!
Improved Operative Bio (Dynamic Primary Line)
- An operative’s primary bio line will now dynamically display important recent memories.
- Added over 15 operative memories that trigger in more systemic ways (not mission related).
- Fixed an issue that caused low priority memories to be displayed too frequently.
As we continue to bolster the Operative Bio feature, we wanted to make the actions you take with operatives even more visible. That is the intent with the dynamic primary bio line (right under an operative’s name in the Team Menu), which will now update with recent and important memories. In addition, we also added a few memories that can happen more organically, outside of missions.
- Changed “Use guns to defeat Albion in Co-op Missions” to “Defeat Albion in Co-op Missions”.
- Fixed an issue that caused time-limited challenges to become unavailable in Ubisoft Connect when multiple rewards were ready to be claimed.
- Fixed an issue that caused an Operative to become injured when flying on a cargo drone when a Co-Op mission was launched.
- Fixed an issue that could cause Operative’s location to not be accurate in the Deep Profiler schedules.
- Fixed an issue that caused a metallic sound to be heard when approaching the Green Estate building in Lambeth.
- Fixed an issue that could cause Hotspot icons to remain on the map after successfully looting a Hotspot.
- Fixed an issue that could cause ties to clip through shirts under certain circumstances.
- Fixed an issue that could cause Online mode statistics to not properly display.
- Fixed an issue that caused the sound of black cab engines to be interrupted when driving them backwards.
- Fixed an issue that caused the location text to be misplaced in the photo full screen preview mode for certain localizations.
- Fixed an issue that could cause players to drop below the pier near the London Eye.
- Fixed an issue that could cause Hostages to take friendly fire during Burrow Uprising or other rescue missions.
- Fixed an issue that caused the Spring hoodie to not show the appropriate hood for female characters.
- Fixed an issue that caused the damaged Spiderbot to jump too high during the “TOAN deaf” mission.
- Fixed an issue that caused the “Purchase” and “WD Credits” buttons to change to “Open” after opening the Ubisoft Connect overlay under certain circumstances.
- Fixed an issue where mandatory hints were not displayed when the user had disabled Hints via the option menu.
- Fixed several texture issues for High Value Characters.
- Fixed an issue where the Deep Profiler list was duplicated when Alt-Tabbing out of the game.
- Fixed some hairstyles on female characters to disappear at long range.
- Fixed an issue that caused previously tracked points of interest to disappear when untracking and reopening the Deep Profiler.
- Fixed an issue that could cause a “Boring-Routine” error for hosting players when another player joined the session.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the Operative selector to disappear when selecting Operatives via WASD or the d-pad.
- Fixed an issue where the Midnight Agent outerwear clothing could clip with certain other clothes.
- Fixed the description of the “Signing Bonus” ability to reflect that recruiting any Operatives with the ability gains you ETO, not recruiting any Operative.
- Fixed an issue that caused the silenced MP5 to make unsuppressed sounds in other players’ sessions.
- Fixed several objects missing interactive prompts during the “Coming Home” mission.
- Fixed an issue where matchmaking would take longer than necessary when starting activities in a group.
- Fixed an issue where profiling another player would not provide the player number.
- Fixed an issue that caused the “PR123W1NN3R” paint-up to disappear when re-logging.
- Due to visual clipping with certain hairstyles and piercings, some combinations will now hide piercings.
- Fixed an issue where the Online rank would not properly reflect a rank update in an active session.
- Fixed typo in the Dutch translation of the Fresh Threads trophy.
- Fixed placeholder icons in the tanks at the Albion station in Nine Elms.
- Fixed lighting issues during the “Mind Games” mission.
- Fixed an issue where Albion hologram banners could still be present after liberating all Burroughs.
- Fixed an issue that could prevent players from using any gadgets or swap operatives when using hacking mode with the toggle options under certain circumstances.
- Fixed an issue where the Getaway Driver ability “Clear the way” didn’t work properly.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the game to freeze under certain circumstances.
- Fixed an issue that caused an incorrect UI element to appear during the “Meltdown” mission.
- Fixed an issue that caused certain interactable objects (e.g., explosive traps) to not be interactable during Online mode co-op sessions.
- Fixed an issue that could cause Operatives to take damage and die during loading screens while playing in Online co-op sessions.
- Fixed an issue causing player Operative’s icons to be blank when being profiled by other players in an Online co-op session.
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