Yesterday, Ubisoft welcomed players to its version of San Francisco with a new Watch Dogs 2 trailer, which focused on the many activities that will be available in the game. We still don't know how big the city will be, but today we might have learned something more regarding the game's map.
The full Watch Dogs 2 map can be clearly seen in a new video that has been made available a few hours ago on YouTube by WillyB. The map isn't the biggest we have seen in other recent open world games, but it should be more than enough to make fans of the series happy. You can check out the map yourself by going at the 5:35 mark of the video below.
Last week, Ubisoft revealed some interesting new details about the PC version of Watch Dogs 2, alongside the system requirements, which aren't excessively demanding. According to the publisher, this version of the game will come with features not available in the console release, such as 4K resolution support, no frame rate cap, full SLI / Crossfire support at launch, multi monitor support, multiple anti-aliasing options and much more. Sadly, those planning to get this version of the game will have to wait a bit longer, as it will be released on November 29th instead of November 15th.
Watch Dogs 2 launches on November 15th on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in all regions. The PC version will launch two weeks later, on November 29th. We will keep you updated on the game by Ubisoft as soon as more comes in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.