Marcus Halloway may have to wait before exacting justice against ctOS2. Ubisoft announced a short delay before the release of Watch Dogs 2 PC, much to the dismay of fans.
Fans are already excited to see how the new open world of San Francisco plays out in Watch Dogs 2 PC. Players were a bit disappointed with the game’s predecessor, so a change of scene was necessary. And boy did Ubisoft provide it.
However, players may only get their hands on it starting November 29. This was a few days after its supposed November 15 release.
According to the Ubisoft blog, an unexpected two-week delay was needed to fix some preliminary issues. However, Ubisoft did reveal the specs for Watch Dogs 2 PC.
According to Ubisoft, the minimum specs will be:
- Intel Core i5-2400S or AMD FX-6120
- 6GB RAM
- Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870
And the recommended specs are:
- Intel Core i5-3470 or AMD FX-8120
- 8 GB of RAM
- GTX 780, GTX 970, GTX 1060 or R9 290.
However, while Watch Dogs 2 PC will support various kinds of controllers (the Xbox 360 and One, the PlayStation 4 Dualshock, among others), Ubisoft guarantees seamless gameplay with the mouse and keyboard.
Ubisoft also mentioned a lot of new features for the game. This includes the ability to uncap the framerate of the game. This allows players to use Ultra Textures and Extra Details to ensure they can enjoy San Francisco in its full beauty.
Teasers and trailers reveal much more about Watch Dogs 2 PC. Marcus Halloway was falsely accused of a crime he didn’t commit. Now at the side of DedSec, Marcus and his new friends will find ways to reveal the evil schemes of ctOS2.
Players can enjoy a new city from the first game’s Detroit. Marcus and his friends can 3D print weapons as well as use drones to hack external areas. Our protagonist also has a better wardrobe, and more customization options.
Multiplayer allows players to cooperatively accomplish missions, or hunt one another.
The game plays along with the concept of artificial intelligence, hacktivism and big data. While the previous game tackled issues of privacy, Marcus will reveal the dirty world of corporate marketing.
Ubisoft takes pride in the exploration of San Francisco and incorporating real-life elements into the game. Hopefully players will be able to appreciate the depth of content in the new release.