New Patch For Watch Dogs 2 Out Now On Steam

Ubisoft is determined to make Watch Dogs 2 more exciting than before. The developer has released update 1.13 for Steam users, which will also be available for consoles soon. The said update is set to add more features that players can enjoy.

New Features For Watch Dogs 2

According to GameZone, Ubisoft just added a multiplayer racing in Watch Dogs 2, along with the option for online racing. The players can choose from drones, motocross and eKart races. They can even compete for the top spot, as season rewards will be given to the top players.

Patch 1.13 also contains a new game mode called Showdown. It will have three plays that will involve stealing the hard drives, downloading the data or hacking and protecting the servers. It will feature a 2v2 matches, with no matches said to be the same.

Ubisoft also added a paintball gun in Watch Dogs 2. However, it cannot kill their enemies but will be struck with paint. Players can now also hack in style, as they get to choose from 13 clothing that are available for purchase in-game.

Game Improvements In Watch Dogs 2

With the recent update, Ubisoft has added certain fixes for PC version of Watch Dogs 2. The players will not experience any problems whenever they access the game on Steam. Next, the San Francisco Fog will no longer interfere with their gameplay when it is raining. Lastly, the developer addressed the minor bugs that cause reflections and texts problems.

The patch has also fixed the problems that players encounter whenever they are trying to finish the Bio Hacking mission. In addition, no duplicate entries will happen in the DedSec App and lastly, Ubisoft also updated the map by adding correct key data.

There is no announcement yet as to when the patch will be released for platforms other than the PC, as per Destructoid. For now, console players may need to enjoy the game, along with its several issues, while waiting update 1.13 to arrive.

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