'Watch Dogs 2' Tips, Cheats, & Gameplay: Easter Egg Locations Worth The Travel
With the highly anticipated "Watch Dogs 2" already out, fans have been receiving surprises with the many easter eggs presented in the game. The hit title is jam packed with references that will surely keep fans entertained for hours.
According to What Culture, one of the most relevant easter eggs presented in "Watch Dogs 2" is the Mark Thruss campaign poster. The sign caught the attention of many players as it resembles United States' incoming president Donald Trump. The poster of the politician read "Let's Make The Bay Area Stronger," reminiscent to Trump's "Make America Great Again."
Fortunately, his presence injects humour into the game as players can damage the poster. When encountering the campaign poster, "Watch Dogs 2" allows players to destroy Thruss' face with a Dedsec skull.
Another easter egg that fans can enjoy in "Watch Dogs 2" is the actual Ubisoft office that is planted into the game. Since Ubisoft is known for its plentiful offices around the world, it only made sense that they would make one in the world of "Watch Dogs 2" as well. Players can find the digital Ubisoft headquarters in Downtown San Francisco, where a poster of the upcoming "Assassin's Creed" movie as well. This is not the first time for Ubisoft to feature their office building in one of their games as they placed one in the previously released title "The Division."
In addition, the hit title "Watch Dogs 2" also showed "Gary's Games & Glory," which is treat for the geeks. The location is a board game store filled with quirky games such as parodies of "Magic: The Gathering." The board game store embraces the well-loved nerd culture that is present in the game, making "Watch Dogs 2" the campy title that it is.
With that, IGN reported that fans can continue exploring the world of "Watch Dogs 2" as it surely has more surprises in store. "Watch Dogs 2" is already available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.