• Ubisoft confirms Watch Dogs 2 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms and it will be release on November 15.

Ubisoft confirms Watch Dogs 2 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms and it will be release on November 15. (Photo : Facebook/Watch Dogs)

New "Watch Dogs 2" details will have a bigger map, a colorful storyline and it will not add Ubisoft's famed tower unlock game features.

Ubisoft announced that "Watch Dogs 2" will not feature a tower unlock system that were featured in several of their video game titles like "Assassin's Creed" and "Far Cry". Creative director Jonathan Morin confirmed that statement saying that "Watch Dogs 2" will not have towers and gamers will just have to explore each area within the game, Eurogamer reported.

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Morin added that unlock the previous "Watch Dogs" game were in gamers will infiltrate, climb and hack a tower to unlock a new map, the sequel will have a new progression system which ties to the number of followers the player has and it will unlock new missions as they complete activities and make new discovers.

Gamers will start with a few followers within DedSec, but as the game progresses they will need a large group of followers in order to unlock more challenging missions both single and co-op. Having many followers and new operations can make gamers play "Watch Dogs 2" all day without the necessity of finishing the whole game.

Co-op gameplay can also make the operations much easier when working with someone and gamers can finished the game either solo or with a friend.

In other news, Ubisoft shared more in-game details and storylines for "Watch Dogs 2" as they teased that the whole map in San Francisco will bigger than the map setting in Chicago featured in the first game.

The map size in "Watch Dogs 2" will be twice as big as the first game and will feature a more colorful, lighthearted and fun storyline.as opposed to the more serious and dark plot, GamingBolt reported. "Watch Dogs 2" will center on a young hacktivist named Marcus Halloway as he fights the system that framed him of a crime he did not commit.

The game will feature more advanced hacking skills as Marcus can hack and control any technology he can find from phones and security cameras to electronic locks and cars. There are also remote controlled drones that Marcus can use to scout and infiltrate difficult areas, parkour moves to travel around buildings and weapons that he can use to incapacitate his enemies.

Ubisoft announced that "Watch Dogs 2" DLC will arrive on the PlayStation 4 console first, 30 days earlier than the PC and Xbox One platforms. There are also six expansion packs for "Watch Dogs 2" such as Deluxe Edition, Gold Edition, The San Francisco Edition, Wrench Junior Robot Collector's Pack and Return of DedSec Collector's Box.

"Watch Dogs 2" will launch on Nov. 15 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms.