Watch Dogs 2 Latest T-Bone Chaos Event Puts Good Use to Your Grenade Launcher
That’s one way to blow a lid off. The latest trailer for Watch Dog 2’s T-Bone Challenge highlights explosives and mayhem. The Challenge #3: Blow the Lid Off requires the player to get 30 explosive kills, the deadling being January 8th.
A job well done will net you a reward of $35,000 in-game cash along with getting you one step closer to unlockable T-Bone inspired gear like a messenger bag and car. It seems like using the fancy new grenade launcher will be your best (and most fun) option for getting it done.
Ubisoft recently released the big Watch Dogs 2 1.08 update a few weeks back that added a number of features such as:
- Replay Missions – We’ve added a functionality that lets you replay any mission that is part of a Main Operation. This will let you relive your favorite moments or experiment with different playstyles.
- Hacker Level – Your new Hacker Level is now displayed as a stat in Marcus’ phone, based on followers acquired. You can see another player’s Hacker Level when you profile them, and this will allow you to compare yourself against your friends.
- Enemy Weapons – DedSec picked up blueprints for enemy weapons and now they’re all available to print from the 3D Printer – for a fee.
- Select Difficulty Level – The first time you start a new game, you’ll be prompted to choose a difficulty level. As a reminder, you can change the difficulty level at any time in the Game Options app.
Watch Dogs 2 is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Rosh reviewed it on PlayStation 4 and rated it 9/10:
The gameplay itself stands up and is so deeply enjoyable that you can play almost any mission and have lots of fun. This is an open world game that like Saints Row, has come out from under Grand Theft Auto’s shadow and exists on its own. With amazing mechanics, inspired characters and some genuinely thought provoking missions, Watch_Dogs 2 should be on the Christmas list of any player that wants to fight back.
Watch_Dogs 2 is a textbook example of a great sequel. It takes what was so much fun from the first game, expands it and cuts away most of what the players didn’t enjoy.
The game also handily made our list of best action/adventure games released in 2016.