Watch the Watch Dogs 2 World Premiere Livestream Here
The sequel to Ubisoft's action game is being revealed on Wednesday; watch it here!
Ubisoft recently teased Watch Dogs 2, the follow-up to the open-world action game released in 2014. We don't know much about Watch Dogs 2 yet, but Ubisoft has confirmed that it will officially reveal the game in a livestream on Wednesday.
You will be able to watch the stream right here on GameSpot when it begins at 9 AM PT on Wednesday, June 8.
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Ubisoft has also stated that Watch Dogs 2 will be at this year's E3, so we will get more information about the game next week during Ubisoft's press conference on Monday, June 13, at 1 PM PT. The game is due out by the end of March 2017, but other than that, Ubisoft has shared few details about it.
Leaks have suggested the game is set in San Francisco and will launch in November.
Even though Ubisoft has been silent about Watch Dogs 2, there have been a couple of leaks recently regarding the game. In May, an Instagram post from performance artist King appeared to show the protagonist of Watch Dogs 2, and recently a YouTube personality received a gift box with several items branded with what looks like the Watch Dogs 2 logo.
When Watch Dogs was released in 2014, GameSpot critic Kevin VanOrd gave it an 8/10, praised its action and world while knocking its story. You can read the full review here.
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