Pro Driver Brad Keselowski Speeds into Watch Dogs

Aiden Pearce has another star to profile in Watch Dogs. Along with Aisha Tyler, the game will include pro stock car driver Brad Keselowski – one of only two NASCAR drivers to win championships in both the Nationwide and Sprint Cup series. Brad, who also owns the Keselowski Racing team, drives the No. 2 Ford Fusion in the Sprint Cup Series and the No. 22 Discount Tire Ford Mustang in the Nationwide Series, and soon he can be found within Watch Dogs’ Chicago as a non-playable character.

Watch Dogs Brad Keselowski

If you ever wondered what secrets lurk deep within a NASCAR champ’s history, be sure to seek him out and use Aiden Pearce’s ability to hack into an NPCs profile to see what’s there. Every character has a unique profile, and Brad (as well as Aisha) is no different!

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Watch Dogs


Release date — May 27, 2014
Developer — Ubisoft Montreal
Players will assume the role of Aiden Pearce, a new type of vigilante who, with the help of his smartphone, will use his ability to hack into Chicago’s central operating system (ctOS) and control almost every element of the city. Aiden will be able to tap into the city’s omnipresent security cameras, download personal information to locate a target, control systems such as traffic lights or public transportation to stop a chase, and more. The city of Chicago is now the ultimate weapon.

ESRB Rating: MATURE with Blood, Intense Violence, Nudity, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content, Use of Drugs and Alcohol
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