As Ubisoft’s open world action adventure hacking game, Watch Dogs 2, quickly approaches it’s mid November release date, the developers have made a very exciting new announcement.
The developer recently took to Twitter to announce that their highly anticipated game Watch Dogs 2 has just gone gold. What this basically means is that development on the game is finally complete, and that the game will now be sent to manufacturers in order to be mass produced for the market.
It was also announced earlier this month that the PC version of the game would be getting delayed to 29th November, an additional 2 weeks after the console release, in order to better optimize platform specific graphical features such as an uncapped framerate. At the same time they also announced the System Requirements for the game.
— Watch Dogs 2 (@watchdogsgame) October 27, 2016
Set within a fictionalized version of the San Francisco Bay Area, Watch Dogs 2 puts players into the role of a brilliant young hacker named Marcus Holloway. After being accused of a crime he did not commit, Marcus teams up with the notorious hacking group DedSec in order to take down the ctOS 2.0 surveillance system and the Blume Corporation.
Watch Dogs 2 is due for a release on 15th November 2016 on the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. The PC version of the game will then launch later on 29th November, 2016.