'Watch Dogs 2' Release Date, News & Update: New Multiplayer Phase Two Features Bounty Hunts; Amazon Cuts Price on Game, 'Dishonored 2'

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Nov 25, 2016 03:45 AM EST
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Ubisoft's open-world action-adventure game "Watch Dogs 2" was released just 10 days ago to positive reviews, and it's already being included in Amazon's cut price list for Black Friday. The highly anticipated sequel to the 2014 game will be having a discount on Amazon, together with Ubisoft's "Dishonored 2," which was also recently released.

The latest news surrounding "Watch Dogs 2" aside from Amazing cutting the price is that the new multiplayer Phase Two is now online. According to PlayStation Lifestyle, Ubisoft rolled out Phase 1 of the multiplayer on Tuesday, and is has now released Phase Two. "Watch Dogs 2" players can now enjoy the new multiplayer Phase Two on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Meanwhile, "Watch Dogs 2"'s new multiplayer Phase Two features Bounty Hunts. Gamers should know that they can now play Bounty Hunts seamlessly even without the Multiplayer App, as well as Seamless Hacking Invasions, Seamless DedSec Events in collaboration with other gamers, and Seamless co-op mission invitations.

Moreover, the seamless multiplayer feature called "neutral encounters" is a minor feature that enables gamers to encounter other players on the street in your very own world. However, it will only be activated "once we’re fully comfortable with the performance of the core seamless online experience."

According to Eurogamer, "Watch Dogs 2" gamers will be able to enjoy a 27% discount on the Deluxe Edition of the game, as well as an 18% discount on the Gold Edition of the game. "Watch Dogs 2" is directed by Jonathan Morin, Patrick Plourde, and Danny Bélanger, and is produced by Dominic Guay. It's now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. Make sure to check out the Black Friday deals on both "Dishonored 2" and "Watch Dogs 2" today on Amazon.

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