Since launch, Watch Dogs 2 has received over five major free updates in addition to three sets of DLC, bringing new missions, weapons, outfits, vehicles, map locations, and online modes.
The first paid DLC for Watch Dogs 2 arrives today on PS4, delivering a small but significant injection of new, T-Bone-themed content aimed at experienced players.
Watch Dogs 2's 1.06 title update has just been released across all platforms.
The Watch Dogs 2 development team has released official specs for the PC version of the game.
Watch Dogs 2 features a multitude of PC-specific enhancements, including support for full 4K resolution with Ultra Textures and Extra Details options; an uncapped framerate;
Preorders are now open for the Collector's Edition of Watch Dogs 2, and this one includes a doozy of a collectible: your very own customizable, remote-control Wrench Jr. robot.
While you'll have to wait until November 15 to take on ctOS and its evils in Watch Dogs 2's interpretation of San Francisco, you can get some in-game insight right now.
One of the more mysterious members of Marcus' DedSec crew just got a little less so.
One of the most visually striking parts of Watch Dogs 2's E3 showing was Wrench, the masked hacker who has emoticon-displaying LED goggles in lieu of facial expressions.
Watch Dogs 2 is a secret no longer.