As expected Ubisoft unveil details of their new Watch Dogs sequel in the form of aptly named Watch Dogs 2, which has already made available to pre-order for both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game, via the likes of Amazon and other online stores.
If you’d like to learn more about what you can expect from the sequel to the popular Watch Dogs game which launched back in May 2014, Ubisoft explains more about its development, features and gameplay in the video below, together with the official reveal trailer to whet your appetite.
Watch Dogs 2 will be officially launching on November 15th, 2016 and will allow you to play as Marcus Holloway, a brilliant young hacker who’s been wrongly accused by ctOS 2.0 of a crime he didn’t commit.
We wanted every interaction or event in the game to feel meaningful, and everything you do in Watch Dogs 2 will help you reach your final goal. Speaking of which, there are no more towers to unlock. The entire San Francisco Bay Area will be open from the start for you to explore and discover the stories and secrets that lie within. From the lush lawns of Silicon Valley, to the cultured streets of San Francisco and the gorgeous views of Marin County, each neighborhood has its own vibe and feel. We’ve packed the game with a lot of content and there will always be something for you to do or see in this massive world.
After Aiden Pearce was able to momentarily shut down the entire ctOS system, Blume quadrupled their work on it and released ctOS 2.0 from the heart of Silicon Valley. With billions of connected devices, it has truly become the “Internet of Things.” But now, it’s not just the government and criminal forces monitoring you. Corporations are building full digital profiles of citizens that can be tracked, traded, sold, and stolen without you having any idea. With so much control over the population, hackers, whistleblowers and activists are raising the flag and drawing the battle lines. It’s time to take the power back.
Source: UbisoftFiled Under: Gaming News, Playstation, Xbox