A few days ago, Ubisoft officially announced Watch Dogs 2. Now, the company unveiled new gameplay videos at this year’s E3.

Watch Dogs 2 – New Gameplay Video Straight From E3 2016

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The first Watch Dogs was meant to be a hit – literally the announcement sounded great. The final result was not as good as it was expected by the players. Huge potential in the concept remained and now Ubisoft wants to use it.

Watch Dogs 2 takes us to San Francisco, where now the game has a new protagonist named Marcus. The developers have promised more complex gameplay, new hacking tools and large open world map.

Players will explore the place of origin of the technological revolution as Marcus Holloway, a brilliant young hacker who has fallen victim of predictive algorithms cts 2.0 being accused of a crime he didn’t commit. In the search for Marcus to disable cts 2.0 once and for all, skills as a hacker will be the perfect weapon to achieve the mission. Players aren’t only infiltrating the city infrastructure, but can also manipulate each person and connected to the network to trigger chains of unpredictable events device. With the ability to control the drones, cars, cranes, security robots and much more at your disposal, players can choose to use a stealthy hacking to complete their missions without killing any enemies or use a fiercer approach by frontal attacks. In this vast open world, players can make their way through traffic while engaging in breakneck street chases in the winding streets of San Francisco, through the roofs of the neighborhoods of Oakland and infiltrate the offices of the most iconic companies in the Silicon Valley.

Does it all work out, we’ll find out on November 15, when Watch Dogs 2 will lands on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. For now, we can see their opinions solely on published material. Here’s the latest one:


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