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Following up Ubisoft’s polarizing 2014 title Watch_Dogs, Watch Dogs 2 promises to take steps in the right direction. Instead of playing the generic everyman Aiden Pierce in what’s essentially modern day Chicago, Watch Dogs 2 puts you in a group of much younger hackers in a more cyberpunk version of San Francisco. It looks like you’ll still be navigating through camera mazes and holding square to hack, but it promises way more character and flavor than it’s predecessor. You get way more tools to play with than just a phone and gun. This time you’ve got several remote controlled vehicles, which could add way more variety to the gameplay. Watch Dogs 2 is set to release November 15th, 2016.
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