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Watch Dogs 2 New Features

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The following are the confirmed new features for Watch Dogs 2.

Summary[edit | edit source]

New Features[edit | edit source]

Watch Dogs 2 features an entire new set of features for the Watch Dogs universe. Helicopters will now pursue you and your friends as you use an array of impressive new weapons to take down the corrupt CtOS in San Francisco. New hacking methodologies extend this capability. New vehicles, including motorbikes, new cars, boats, and more give you an impressive range of options you can utilize to escape even the most bloodthirsty enemies.

Weapons[edit | edit source]

Gadgets[edit | edit source]

HelloWorld[edit | edit source]

The following content is on the official website, under the section noted as "\HelloWorld".

CTRL ANY SITUATION[edit | edit source]

When they try to keep us out, we hack our way in. We look at a high-end automated security system and see a welcomed challenge. Cameras, fortified gates, alarms – if it’s connected, we’ll hack it. If we need eyes on the ground, we’ll send in an RC car to scope things out. We don’t really care what we have to hijack to accomplish our mission, so long as we get the job done.

MASTER THE MACHINES[edit | edit source]

Smart devices, man – can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em. They can be a real pain in the ass when they’re not under your control. Like how a well-placed security robot can make sneaking into a restricted area nearly impossible. But with a quick hack, a bothersome bot can become an inconspicuous ally. We’ll even reprogram them to turn on their former masters. Every smart device in the city can be under our control in a matter of seconds with the simple push of a button. If it's connected, we can take control of it.

NO KEYS REQUIRED[edit | edit source]

When we see a ride we want – we hack it. We don’t even need to physically be in a vehicle to drive it – once we’ve hacked our way in, we can control it remotely. It’s like the road is full of RC cars, and we have the controls to each and every one of them. If we feel like burning rubber in the middle of an intersection at 2 in the afternoon, we do it – who’s gonna stop us? The cops? We'll just take control of their cruiser and send them packing.

COME SAIL AWAY[edit | edit source]

Need a quick getaway from the city? Then hit the waves. The Bay is great for a speedy retreat when you need it, but it’s also the perfect place to meet, provoke, and race the wealthy seafaring 1%ers of the Bay Area.

SEND IN THE DRONES[edit | edit source]

To fly under the radar, sometimes you gotta rise above the city. We mostly use drones for reconnaissance and observation, but we also use them to hack things that are just out of our reach. For example, if we don't have a line of sight to a certain security camera, we’ll use a drone to create one. We can also wage an all-out assault with ‘em, setting traps and dropping bombs on unsuspecting adversaries. And if we feel like racing them, we’ll race them, too. A drone truly is a hacker’s best friend.

MASTER THE MACHINES[edit | edit source]

Smart devices, man – can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em. They can be a real pain in the ass when they’re not under your control. Like how a well-placed security robot can make sneaking into a restricted area nearly impossible. But with a quick hack, a bothersome bot can become an inconspicuous ally. We’ll even reprogram them to turn on their former masters. Every smart device in the city can be under our control in a matter of seconds with the simple push of a button. If it's connected, we can take control of it.

DOWN BY THE BAY[edit | edit source]

The diverse neighborhoods of the Bay Area offer something different for everyone; bustling with life at all hours of the day and night. And while some say that parts of the city are safer under the warm glow of daylight, that means nothing to us. We have the hacking and combat skills to take on any threat, day or night.

CTRL ANY SITUATION[edit | edit source]

When they try to keep us out, we hack our way in. We look at a high-end automated security system and see a welcomed challenge. Cameras, fortified gates, alarms – if it’s connected, we’ll hack it. If we need eyes on the ground, we’ll send in an RC car to scope things out. We don’t really care what we have to hijack to accomplish our mission, so long as we get the job done.

Gallery[edit | edit source]