Ubisoft Announce Watch Dogs 2

Ubisoft have officially announced Watch Dogs 2 complete with a release date and two trailers showing the new protagonist, Marcus Holloway, and the new location, San Fransisco.

Players will explore the birthplace of the tech revolution as Marcus Holloway, a brilliant young hacker who has fallen victim to ctOS 2.0’s predictive algorithms and is accused of a crime he did not commit. In Marcus’ quest to shut down ctOS 2.0 for good, hacking is the ultimate weapon, and players can not only hack into the city’s infrastructure but also every person and any connected device they possess to trigger unpredictable chains of events. With the ability to take control of drones, cars, cranes, security robots, and much more at their disposal, players can choose whether to use stealth hacking to complete missions without killing a single enemy or go guns blazing for a more ferocious approach.  In this vast open world, players can hack their way through traffic while engaging in dangerous car chases through the winding streets of San Francisco, traverse the rooftops of the vibrant neighborhoods of Oakland, and infiltrate the offices of cutting-edge companies in Silicon Valley.

Check out these awesome screenshots.

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“Our creative team is working hard to deliver an outstanding WATCH_DOGS experience,”

said Dominic Guay, senior producer, Ubisoft Montreal.

“In WATCH_DOGS 2, we’re excited to give players a captivating storyline with engaging characters that offers deeper, more meaningful hacking options, a greater variety of gadgets and weapons, and a brand new seamless multiplayer experience that will appeal to fans of the original WATCH_DOGS as well as players new to the brand.”

Watch Dogs 2 is set to hit shelves on 15th November 2016 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Check out the Marcus Introduction trailer below.

Also check out the official reveal trailer below.

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