'Watch Dogs 2' Release Date, Latest News & Update: Why Is The Game Rated M? Where Is Aiden Pearce? [Details]

By LA Zamora , Updated Nov 15, 2016 01:39 AM EST

Ubisoft recently released "Watch Dogs 2" and the players are getting excited and curious about what the sequel has to offer. Aside from the fantastic and improved game play - which is pretty much expected in game sequels, "Watch Dogs 2" has another great feature that will delight the fashion-conscious players.

'Watch Dogs 2' Latest News & Update

One of the popular comments about "Watch Dogs 2" is the variety of clothes for the characters. Players noticed that the style and clothing genre of "Watch Dogs 2" is greatly commendable, noticing its big contrast to the clothes that other video games offer its characters.

The main character of "Watch Dogs 2," Marcus Holloway is ready to be primped up with the amazing clothes available in the sequel. Who says that playing video games does not require a good fashion sense?

'Watch Dogs 2' News: Why Is It Rated-M?

A lot of players are wondering why "Watch Dogs 2" got an M Rating and reports say that it's mainly because of the naughty things happening in the game. For example, players can actually dance on top of a moving vehicle, get awards for wearing very short shorts and similar crazy, naughty things like that.

One other thing that is causing a ruckus among "Watch Dogs 2" players is the fact that Aiden Pearce is noticeably absent in the sequel. In the meantime, players of "Watch Dogs 2" can get to know Marcus Holloway better. 

The absence of Aiden Pearce has led to speculations that he might be returning later on in "Watch Dogs 2" DLC or in "Watch Dogs 3." Admittedly, it is still a bit early to talk about "Watch Dogs 3" considering that Ubisoft has just released "Watch Dogs 2."

"Watch Dogs 2" PC version will be available on November 29 and sold for $60. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Watch Dogs 2" news and updates! 


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