We'll be joining Marcus as he hacks his own profile and then tries to escape the ctOS with his life.
This video will include commentary on the gameplay and anything else that comes to mind.
“Similar to its predecessor, Watch Dogs 2 is an action-adventure game with stealth elements. Played from a third-person perspective, the game features an open world set in a fictionalized version of the San Francisco Bay Area, an area more than twice as large as the Chicago setting from Watch Dogs. The Bay Area consists of four different areas: San Francisco, Oakland, Marin, and Silicon Valley, all of which have different characteristics and aesthetics.
Players can navigate the city on-foot or by the various vehicles featured in the game, such as cars, trucks, motorbikes, quad bikes and boats. The driving mechanic was overhauled and was designed to be more accessible. The players can also shoot their weapons while driving. Marcus also has improved acrobatic skills, and has the ability to parkour around the city. Players can use different methods to approach the game's missions, choosing between the aggressive approach, in which they defeat enemies with guns which are made with a 3D printer, explosives like mines, or Marcus' own melee weapon, the thunderball, a billiard ball attached to a bungee cord.
Alternatively, players can use the stealth approach, in which they can evade enemies or paralyze them temporarily with Marcus' taser. Players can also complete the game through hacking alone. When players commit too many crimes in the open world, police officers will become alerted and will attempt to arrest the player. The game upgrades system also returns, with items being divided into three categories: Stealth, Aggressor, and Trickster. Players can choose their upgrades in accordance to their own playstyle.”
Release Date: November 15, 2016
ESRB Rating: M for Blood, Intense Violence, Nudity, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Use of Drugs
Genre: Action-adventure, Third-person shooter
Mode: Single-player, Multiplayer
Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
Composer: Hudson Mohawke
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