Watch Dogs Legion: Bloodline DLC or Aiden and Wrench in story mode unavailable after purchasing season pass, issue acknowledged
Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline is the game’s first story expansion since its release in October last year and it is now available across all platforms including Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, PC, and Google Stadia.
The DLC introduces two new playable characters, extra side missions, and other content for all to enjoy. It is included in the Season Pass and is also available for Gold and Ultimate Edition owners of the game.
However, as per many complaints, players are unable to even try out the Watch Dogs Legion: Bloodline DLC including Aiden and Wrench in story mode due to some issues.
@UbisoftSupport I am unable to access the Watch Dogs Legion Bloodline DLC or Aiden and Wrench in Story Mode. I have the season pass on PS4. It also says the content might not be on sale.
Soo I wonder if someone can help me with this. I bought the Season pass, installed, updated the game, restored the licenses and all and the Season worked fine. However, the Bloodline DLC Does not work at all.
As clear from the above complaints, the Bloodline DLC is not working at all as clicking on the menu to play it results in a prompt asking to buy the single-player campaign again.
This happens even after the Season Pass is purchased and the game is installed and updated to the latest version.
The issue is also not limited to any single platform as reports have been flowing in from Xbox, PlayStation, PC, and even Stadia users alike.
Fortunately, there is a possible workaround shared by a Redditor that may be of help, at least until Ubisoft sorts this mess out.
If you’re having an issue downloading Bloodline, follow these steps to get the DLC downloaded and ready:
1. Go into the Playstation Store
2. Search “Bloodline” in the search function
3. Select Watch Dogs Bloodline (should be top result)
4. Download and play the DLC
The workaround is for PlayStation owners but a similar series of steps can be followed on other platforms too.
Still no fix? Well, then you will be relieved to know that Ubisoft is already aware and looking into the issue.
The video game company also suggested downloading the DLC directly through the Microsoft or Playstation store, if on console.
That said, we will continue to keep an eye on the matter and will be updating this article accordingly so stay tuned to PiunikaWeb. For more of such stories, be sure to check out our dedicated Gaming section.
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