Watch Dogs 2 Out Now on PC

Watch Dogs 2 arrives on PC today with a suite of PC-specific goodies for those with the hardware to support it, starting with 4K support, Ultra Textures, unlocked framerate, multi-monitor support, and more. If you have an Nvidia-specific card, you’ll want to check out this graphics and performance guide that goes in-depth on what features you can expect.

Following elite hacker Marcus Holloway on a journey to expose abuses of power by corporations, gangs, and corrupt officials, Watch Dogs 2 is a huge open-world adventure that lets you hack, sneak, and shoot your way through the San Francisco Bay Area. Putting a huge emphasis on fun and versatility, it offers up an ever-expanding roster of hacks (and a couple of stealthy drones) designed to let you bend your environment to your will in the pursuit of justice – or just creative mayhem.

For a full list of PC specs, click here. Watch Dogs 2 is also currently available on PS4 and Xbox One. For more information on the game, check out our previous coverage:

Watch Dogs 2 – Starter Tips for Fun and Profit

Watch Dogs 2 PC Specs and System Requirements Revealed

Watch Dogs 2 – 10 Things We Learned From the First 4 Hours

Watch Dogs 2

Watch Dogs 2

Release date — November 15, 2016 (PS4, Xbox One) November 29, 2016 (PC)
Developer — Ubisoft Montreal
Use hacking as a weapon in the massive & dynamic open world of Watch Dogs 2.In 2016, ctOS 2.0, an advanced operating system networking city infrastructure, was implemented in several US cities to create a safer, more efficient metropolis.

Play as Marcus Holloway, a brilliant young hacker living in the birthplace of the tech revolution, the San Francisco Bay Area. Team up with Dedsec, a notorious group of hackers, and expose the hidden dangers of ctOS 2.0, which, in the hands of corrupt corporations, is being wrongfully used to monitor and manipulate citizens on a massive scale.

Using the skills and anonymity of hackers, ignite the rebel in you and break the rules - for the lulz, for what's right, and most importantly, because you can.

ESRB Rating: RP

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Giancarlo Varanini picked up a controller at the age of four and hasn't put it down since. This makes things like eating hamburgers or driving a vehicle incredibly problematic. You might remember his previous work from great media outlets such as GameSpot, EGM, Official US PlayStation Magazine, Nintendo Power, and others. Follow him on Twitter: @gvaranini