‘Watch Dogs 2' Release Date, Gameplay, Latest News & Update: Substitute For ‘Assassin’s Creed’ In 2016? New Trailer Features Revenge
Ubisoft announces that "Watch Dogs 2" makes up with the lack of "Assassin's Creed." The new trailer features revenge and persecution.
"Watch Dogs 2" Update: "Assassin's Creed" Will Not Be Released?
According to GameSpot, the new "Assassin's Creed" will not be released in 2016. There is even no guarantee that it will be released in 2017. This was confirmed by Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot. "Watch Dogs 2" will fill out its spot. "Assassin's Creed" may have been the fantastic seller of Ubisoft every year but sales director Darren Bowen says that "Watch Dogs 2" will fill the gap. He also announces that Ubisoft will release a number of games in 2017 and that doesn't include the "Assassin's Creed."
New "Assassin's Creed" may be absent until next year but Ezio Collection offers a triple pack. This triple pack allows players to experience the most loved period of "Assassin's Creed."
Ubisoft does not need to rely on only one game that is "Assassin's Creed." They have a variety of games on the list. After "Watch Dogs 2," it will release "Steep" that will launch in December.
"Watch Dogs 2" Latest News: New Trailer Shows Revenge
With the raising anticipation, Kotaku reports that Ubisoft releases the new launch trailer for "Watch Dogs 2." The trailer shows the protagonist's mission that is to revenge on CTOS for profiling him as a criminal. It shows the protagonist being angry at the broken system by marking him as a criminal risk and linking him to something he didn't do. He further says that the system is violating the public trust and manipulating the stock market.
With this, he will not be afraid, silent and do nothing. Together with his group, they will tear down the rotten system and aim bigger. They will use an unparalleled hacking system to bring down the corrupt technocracy.
"Watch Dogs 2" Release Date & Update: Game Out On November 15
"Watch Dogs 2" will be released on November 15 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Its PC version will be launched on November 29. According to PC Gamer, the season pass will cost players $40 and $60 for the game. This includes a pair of character customization bundles and three DLC packs.