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  • Summary: In Human Conditions, biotech takes center stage as players uncover three story-driven DedSec operations set within the vibrant city of San Francisco, investigate a disturbing gang conflict in co-op with new Elite co-op challenges and face a new enemy type with enhanced tech, the Jammer. TheIn Human Conditions, biotech takes center stage as players uncover three story-driven DedSec operations set within the vibrant city of San Francisco, investigate a disturbing gang conflict in co-op with new Elite co-op challenges and face a new enemy type with enhanced tech, the Jammer. The pack contains more than five hours of new content and challenges to enhance the overall game experience. The three new DedSec operations introduce some of the Bay’s most outrageous scientific and technological storylines: Automata revolves around Nudle’s new smart car, the CyruX, which uses biometric data both as a security measure and to adapt itself to the driver. But is that really all it does with a user’s personal information? DedSec sees the potential for abuse right away and sets out to expose it. Bad Medicine follows the trail of a dangerous ransomware that has crippled the city’s hospitals; as Marcus and his crew dig deeper to stop this menace, they will cross paths with deadly hitman Jordi Chin and form an unlikely alliance against the Russian mafia. Caustic Progress unveils a strange new company called RenSense that is experimenting with dangerous nanotech on the Bay Area's homeless. It has caught the attention of bio-hacker Lenni, who claims that their mobile clinics for the homeless hide very troubling human experiments. With her help, DedSec sets out to stop this madness. [Ubisoft]
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  1. May 5, 2017
    100
    This DLC continues to deserve the high praise I gave the main game, with a good script, fun characters and interesting missions. I had a lot of fun with it, even though some of the objectives can be difficult.
  2. Mar 16, 2017
    85
    More of the things that made Watch Dogs 2 great, Human Conditions is a whole lot of fun even while tackling some important issues. Just don't expect this DLC to drastically change things, as the minor gripes from the core game persist in the extra content.
  3. Mar 7, 2017
    80
    Overall, these three new Operations feel very consistent with the standard set by the core Watch Dogs 2 experience. The chance to return to San Francisco and geek it up with the DedSec team is welcome, and their characterisation remains as energetic and positive as ever. While the missions aren’t perfect – the return of an extended ‘getaway chase’ sequence brought on rage-flashbacks to the ‘Cyberdriver’ mission of the critical mission path – it does give another taste of everything that made this game great last year. Wth more DLC yet to come, I’m hopeful this same standard will be maintained and help bring on an even MORE hipster Watch Dogs 3 announcement.
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  1. Mar 2, 2017
    8
    I'd say the Human conditions DLC is probably worth it. The three new stories are all fairly good, similar tech gone bad themes as from theI'd say the Human conditions DLC is probably worth it. The three new stories are all fairly good, similar tech gone bad themes as from the main game with mostly more of the same type of gameplay as the main game. A few small gameplay twists but nothing major. Each story has 3 main "encounters" I guess, probably take about an hour for each story.

    The best part though is the new elite co-op missions (can be done solo) which are randomish and endless. They have new objectives, new locations, a new enemy type and unlike the normal missions, take place in multiple locations within each mission. They are very fun and add great replay value because you can do them over and over and get different objectives and locations each time. So definitely worth it to purchase just this DLC if you dont have the rather exorbitant season pass.
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