That Watch Dogs 2 got made at all still raises an eyebrow. That it's such a great game - overcoming all its predecessor's many flaws - is even more surprising. But we can't help wonder if the incredible hype and subsequent disappointment of the first game has hurt sales of the sequel. After all, once bitten, twice shy. What better way, then, to tempt doubters back to the franchise than by offering a free trial? Ubisoft agrees, it seems. According to the official Ubisoft blog, a free three-hour trial of the full game will be available for download starting 24th January 2017. ... Read More »
Gone are the days of going to each section of the map and repeating the same mission over again in order to unlock new areas. Watch_Dogs 2 will be breaking the Ubisoft tradition simply by letting you explore. You will not be blocked from an area until you unlock it. Everything will be open and available. Actually, you can even skip the campaign and just explore if you want. Creative Director Jonathan Morin explains the new game play in an interview with Eurogamer: "It's not a game where you open your map and everything's there. There are no towers. You just ... Read More »
Ahead of next weeks E3 expo the first trailer for Ubisoft's Watch Dogs 2 has leaked through Twitter's advertising service. Whilst it was quickly removed from twitter as an advertising campaign some took the video for themselves and reposted it, as you can see below. https://twitter.com/Fobwashed/status/740412510654898176 All round it's a fun trailer and when compared with the edgy Aiden Pearce of the first installment to the franchise you can tell that Ubisoft are trying to take the IP down a different route. The game seems to chart the story of the disgruntled hacktivists of none other than San Francisco. The ... Read More »
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