Watch Dogs 2

About Game:

Watch Dogs 2 is an action-adventure genre single-player and multiplayer game. Watch Dogs 2 is a game with stealth elements and played from a third-person perspective as Marcus Holloway, a young hacker. 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.

It consists of four different areas: San Francisco, Oakland, Marin, and Silicon Valley. Players can navigate the game’s world on-foot or by the various vehicles featured in the game, such as cars, trucks, buses, cable cars, motorcycles, quad bikes, and boats. The driving mechanic was overhauled and designed to be more accessible.


Watch Dogs 2 is ported to Play Station 4, XBOX One, and Microsoft Windows.[/vc_column_text]

Tips and Tricks

Ø Patrolling guards

Whenever you kill a guard, other guards will look for you. You can get away with picking off a lone guard, but even that will usually lead to an increase in alert status. So it is good to keep from ruffling any feathers for as long as humanly possible.

Ø Aerial drone

You can use an aerial drone to solve environmental locks. If you’re underground or in a confined space, it’s much easier to solve these using your aerial drone. Although pipe-flow locks are often spread over a large area.

Ø Play easily

Watch Dogs 2 has some of the worst checkpointing. Consider knocking the difficulty down to easy, which will help you survive gunfights more easily.

Ø Stick to cover.

If you’re sneaking around, stay in cover as much as possible. The enemy will see you very easily if you’re running around out of cover. If you have to get from point A to point B, use the cover-transition system instead of moving freely.

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