One of the most anticipated games of the year, Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs 2, has finally been released to eager fans ready to make up for whatever mistakes its predecessor may have made. The second iteration in the Watch Dogs franchise is another chance for Ubisoft to right some wrongs, but it also appears that they are taking advantage of the opportunity to bring some cool rewards to fans in partnership with Twitch.
Watch Dogs 2 players who are also subscribed to Twitch Prime will get a special Twitch Prime bundle for the Ubisoft video game. The rewards consist of cosmetic perks which players can access in-game. Before we get into what Twitch is offering its subscribers, let’s go over what Twitch Prime is for anyone who might not be familiar with it.
Twitch Prime is a premium service offered by Twitch that includes a multitude of benefits. For a fixed amount per month, Twitch users can upgrade to Twitch Prime and get exclusive Twitch.tv services, free games every month, and other features. Twitch Prime users can also subscribe to a channel of their choice for free as a bonus when getting Twitch Prime.
Now that we’ve covered what Twitch Prime is, let’s see what the bundle includes and also how to get your hands on it if you are a Twitch Prime user.
The Twitch Prime bundle for Watch Dogs 2
- Guts, Grit and Liberty customization pack;
- XP Boost pack, for extra XP for completing missions and side missions;
- tv hoodie for Marcus Holloway;
- Pixel Art customization pack for visual customization of various elements.
How to get the Twitch Prime bundle
- First off, Twitch Prime users must get their codes from the Twitch page;
- Once they have retrieve the codes, they have to redeem the codes from the Ubisoft Club Account;
- Once redeemed, players will receive another key which they can activate locally, depending on what device they are using.
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