Get the Jack the Ripper DLC and More with Assassin’s Creed Syndicate’s Season Pass

on September 15, 2015 10:15 AM

Ubisoft has announced the expected DLC season pass for their upcoming adventure title Assassin’s Creed Syndicate.

The pass – which is included in the Gold Edition of the game but will also be sold separately- will grant players access to a variety of additional content, listed in full just below:

 

  • Jack the Ripper campaign

  • The Last Maharaja mission pack: Discover ten brand-new missions set within London and join Duleep Singh to reclaim his birthright as the Maharaja. In his quest to reclaim his heritage, he will take on the Templars and test his friendship with the queen.

  • A Long Night exclusive mission: Help Jacob track down an endangered fellow gang member and bring him back to the hideout in a fast-paced, wild and dangerous ride.

  • Streets of London gameplay pack: Gain access to over one hour of extra gameplay via new missions, and obtain additional weapons, gear and outfits.

  • Two top-tier sets of gear and weapons: Give your arsenal a steam-powered twist with the Steampunk Pack and immerse yourself in the most famous novels of the Victorian era with the Victorian Legends Pack. Both sets include state-of-the art gear and weapons, as well as a new outfit.

  • Exclusive XP boost: All Season Pass holders receive an exclusive permanent XP boost.

 

That first piece of content, the Jack the Ripper DLC, has a new promotional video and it shows a blood thirsty killer stalking and then apparently slaughtering a helpless maiden. You can check that out just below and then pick up Assassin’s Creed Syndicate in October.

 /  Staff Writer
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