Watch Dogs 2 Guide: How To Gain Access Into Any Compound

In 'Watch Dogs 2', accessing any compound is not as easy as it looks. You don't just barge in a room and expect it to open at once. Some require you to have an ID and that ID is not really easy to find. Some need to be physically hacked and to do that you need specific materials to succeed. This is what this guide aims to provide to 'Watch Dogs 2' players, a complete guide how to successfully gain access into any compound. Whether it is a mission or just for fun, we've got you covered.

How to Open Locked Doors in 'Watch Dogs 2'

When you need to infiltrate an area, you may be required to hack specific game items. Usually, this will be a door as most of them are sealed shut in 'Watch Dogs 2'. Firing at the door is not the solution but its finding the access cards to unlock it. This task is not really easy but you will get used to it eventually.

Finding the Access Cards To Infiltrate Places in 'Watch Dogs 2'

Access cards are usually found on computers like tablets, laptops or even phones in 'Watch Dogs 2'. Sometimes it can also be found carried by guards so take note of the possibilities to make sure you don't miss opportunities of getting it. It's also possible to hack a place by getting inside their security camera, usually through a Quadcopter, RC Jumper or even your phone. Again, this is not really an easy task but in time you will get the hang of it.

Hacking Closed-Circuit Terminals in 'Watch Dogs 2' 

Last but not the least, you will also be asked or required to hack closed-circuit terminals to complete some missions. But don't worry because it's not really as difficult as it seems. You only need to unlock the terminal by physical hacking. This is done by standing next to the terminal and have your RC Jumper do the job for you. Quadcopters in 'Watch Dogs 2' cannot help you in hacking but it will assist you in locating CCTs and unlocking it all. This makes your infiltration mission much easier.

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