Published: Wed, November 16, 2016
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

Watch Dogs 2 won't support online multiplayer on launch day

Gamers patiently waiting for the sequel to the popular hacking game Watch Dogs will be pleased to know that the second game in the open world action-adventure series is now available to purchase and play on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It's not like Watch Dogs was a yearly title like Assassin's Creed, which has been consistently disappointing fans with shitty modern-day storyline and the unnecessary death of Desmond Miles. The DLC offers several hours of additional mission content enabling players to experience new elite co-op missions and new enemy type: Jammer.

In other news, there was a patch for Watch Dogs 2 that just went out a little while ago.

"I'm not looking for justice or a lifting of the ban really...platform holders should handle Community content as games push boundaries of what's acceptable". Ubisoft has not responded to questions whether it was fake or it's just another fictional world they created for Watch Dogs 2. I didn't realize until later in the weekend, after consulting with Ubisoft, that it was multiplayer-related. Gold Edition includes the Game, the Deluxe pack of digital customization items and the Season Pass. Watch Dogs 2 Deluxe Edition will cost you around $69.99.

In the game, you'll play as Marcus Holloway who is an African-American from the Bay in Oakland, where he witnessed police brutality during most of his life. Both of you will need subscriptions to Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation Plus.

As noted in our in-progress review of Watch Dogs 2, one of the game's greatest assets is its rich rendition of San Francisco.

Ubisoft appears to have revealed a new science fiction game in a seriously cool way. "Watch Dogs 2" is set out to make this winter cooler than ever! It's support staff will probe users for details about their problem, then provide some troubleshooting tips.

In a statement submitted to Shacknews, Ubisoft said it needed to disable the multiplayer portion of Watch Dogs 2 as it was causing the game to lag and crash periodically.

None of this is solid proof that these games are actually in development. If Ubisoft already has an update in certification, these issues could be solved as early as this week.

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