After a long wait and rumors, Watch Dogs has finally made its way to Nintendo Wii U users in North America, and its launch has been accompanied by two minor DLCs.
First DLC available is called The Conspiracy, which is actually a digital trip in which you as Aiden Pearce try to find and hunt down the killer cyborgs. You will be able to get your hands on this DLC via Nintendo eShop for €4.99 / £3.99 / CHF5.90.
Second DLC was initially a pre-order bonus, and Wii U owners can get their hands on it for€6.99 / £5.49 / CHF8.60. It adds new outfits, skills and three new contract missions to the game.
However, the biggest DLC “Bad Blood” that made its way to all other platforms in September will not be coming to Wii U. This DLC allowed players take control of Raymond Kenney aka “T-Bone.”
Watch Dogs made its way to almost all home platforms and PC in May, and according to the most recent report, more than 9 million copies have been shipped worldwide.
After a month of game’s release, Ubisoft’s CEO Yves Guillemot stated that he expects the game to sell over 10 million copies by the end of this year.
With Wii U version now available, Ubisoft may achieve the expected milestone after all.