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Ubisoft is set to launch a new downloadable single-player campaign for Watch Dogs. The expansion is titled Watch Dogs: Bad Blood, and puts the player in control of a new protagonist, Raymond “T-Bone” Kenney, a hacker who helped the original hero Aiden Pearce in the first story.
While fans of the game are no doubt looking forward to the upcoming DLC, many are looking forward a bit farther to the possibility of Watch Dogs 2. Despite some gamers and critics who felt that the game was a bit over-hyped, Watch Dogs was a massive financial success for Ubisoft, selling millions of copies worldwide. This kind of money will almost guarantee that a sequel gets made.
Some rumors about Watch Dogs 2 are already circulating. Whereas the first game took place in Chicago, it has been speculated that the sequel will feature several different cities, as well as a new protagonist. Many people had complained that Aiden Pearce was an uninteresting character, so it is likely that Watch Dogs 2 will show off a new hero – or at the very least, flesh out Pearce a bit more.
The good news is that developers are listening to fans and critics. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has stated in an interview that the company will not rush a sequel out just to cash in on the name, but will instead take its time to make sure that Watch Dogs 2 is a worthy successor. Furthermore, this will allow the game devs to take constructive criticism about the original Watch Dogs into account, and to fix those issues in the future title.Guillemot stated, “To start with, we will take time on Watch Dogs, to make sure – like with Assassin’s Creed II – we can come back with something that takes full advantage of everything we created with the first game.”
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