‘Watch Dogs 2' T-Bone Chaos Event Challenge 3 Goes Live; New Video Revealed
One of the awaited video game sequels released last year has just revealed a new update pertaining to its ongoing in-game special event. Ubisoft has just dropped the video for its latest special event challenge for “Watch Dogs 2”.
Ubisoft has just revealed the third challenge of the ongoing T-Bone Chaos Event. The said video game special event was introduced in December 2016 along with the first challenge. The new and third challenge for the said Chaos Event will feature new objectives that can only be possible in “Watch Dogs 2” and will clearly mean to wreak havoc in the virtual streets of San Francisco.
Known to be a mind-boggling and extremely compelling game with its puzzles coupled action-packed adventures, “Watch Dogs 2” reveals a world that can be dominated through the mere access and monopolization of systems, thanks to extraordinary hacking and evading skills. The third challenge, which has been aptly titled “Blow the Lid Off” commenced just after the New Year kicked in. Greeting players all over the world with a mind-blowing challenge, “Blow the Lid Off” requires the player to make 30 explosive kills.
This simply means that players have to eliminate enemies with the use of bombs and other weapons that utilizes explosives such as the nifty grenade launcher. Upon completion of the third T-Bone Chaos Event challenge, players will be rewarded with in-game cash worth $35,000. The latest challenge will also have players go against Grenadiers, which are a new kind of opponent introduced recently in the “Watch Dogs” video game sequel.
Ubisoft released “Watch Dogs 2” in November 2016 and made it available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. The ongoing T-Bone Chaos Event is a promotional venue celebrating the game's latest downloadable content update, T-Bone Content Bundle, which was released in Dec. 22 last year. The said DLC is available only for PlayStation 4 and has updated with new features that include more difficulty settings, more outfits, and more enemies. Several updates will be added to the T-Bone Content Bundle soon, which will last until the end of 2017.
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