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News Watch Dogs 2's Zodiac Killer Mission Showcased in New Trailer

News Bot Oct 20, 2016

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    Watch Dogs 2 releases next month, and Ubisoft just released a new trailer that gives us a good look at what to expect in its Zodiac Killer mission. Access to the DLC mission is currently only availabe as a preorder bonus.

    "In 1969, the Zodiac Killer terrorized San Francisco. Despite all the clues, only one thing is known: he was never caught," the trailer reads before going into how Watch Dogs 2 will handle the real-world serial killer. The trailer almost gives off a Riddler in Batman: Arkham Knight vibe, as the Zodiac Killer mentions following clues and deciphering riddles. We'll have to see exactly what the mission consists of when the game launches in November, but you can check out the trailer below.


    The trailer ends by showing the bonus outfit you also get when preordering. It's pretty cheesy-looking, with an orange buttoned shirt and pants joined by a black t-shirt that says, "I Saw the Zodiac Killer." In an interview with director Danny Belanger, we found out what makes Watch Dogs 2 more lighthearted and creative than the first game.

    Watch Dogs 2 releases November 15 on PS4 and Xbox One. It was recently delayed on PC and is now set to launch on November 29. The PC version's features and system requirements were also revealed, so you should check them out if you're wondering how your rig will handle the open-world action game.

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