Ubisoft just announced the second DLC for Watch Dogs 2 called Human Conditions. It will include three new single player operations for Dedsec (with their new cinematics), new missions and locations, supposedly adding five new hours of gameplay.
There are also new co-op missions with multiple objections, larger missions areas and “advanced optional objectives.” There is also a new villain called The Jammer. The Jammer is a new tech-enhanced enemy type that has the power to dismantle your hacking abilities within a certain radius.
The three new missions in Human Conditions are Automata, Bad Medicine and Caustic Process. There is no current information regarding Caustic Process, but Automata and Bad Medicine are known.
Automata is an operation against Nudle for the biometric security system used to work their self-driving cars. Dedsec learns that along with the car’s ability to know who the passenger is in the car, they are capable of knowing the passenger’s “Life Score” allows ctOS to know to make judgments about who is worth living and who is worth killing in a car crash. For example, if the passenger has a lower Life Score than someone who is in front of the self-driving car, the car will decide to kill the passenger in a car accident, by “accidentally” driving into a wall.
Bad Medicine is an operation in which Marcus teams up with a hitman against a common enemy that is holding the city’s hospitals for ransom.
Human Conditions can be played along with the story are as a part of the post-game, so you can play at any point of the game.
“Our narrative structure allows us to easily introduce additional DedSec operations in an organic and natural way with their own thematic and storyline, from beginning to end,” Ubisoft producer Fabian Salomon said via a press release. “DedSec is still picking targets that will help them not only gain followers and positive press, but also to fight back against abusive technology.”