Watch Dogs 2 Trailer Showcases The Zodiac Killer Mission

Watch Dogs 2 is set to arrive next month, and despite the first game being a disaster, Watch Dogs 2 is looking pretty good with solid gameplay mechanics and story. Now Ubisoft has released a new Watch Dogs 2 trailer for the game detailing a special mission which will only be available to those who pre-order the game.

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This Watch Dogs 2 trailer gives us a good look of a special Zodiac killer mission, in which the players will be following a murderous trail of a Zodiac killer who has came back to terrorize the city. The mission will only be available to those who pre-order the game, and will also get a special outfit with this special Zodiac killer mission.

An unwanted ghost of San Francisco’s past has resurfaced after fifty years. A killer is staging the bodies of his victims all over Oakland like the infamous Zodiac Killer of the Sixties, and he’s taunting the police and news outlets with coded messages. Will you succeed in decrypting the messages and hunting down the copycat?

As the release the for Watch Dogs is getting closer, Ubisoft has revealed the PC system requirements for the game along with PC exclusive features like 4K, No FPS cap, improved graphics options and much more.

Also the developers has announced that the PC version of Watch Dogs 2 has been delayed, in order to fully polish the game and make sure Watch Dogs 2 is the best game in terms of quality.

While the game was demoed during PlayStation Event running on PlayStation 4 Pro, the game will not support the PS4 Pro at launch. According to Ubisoft’s Jonathan Morin, the team is currently focusing on the launch of Watch Dogs 2 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. However, there is still a chance that in the future the game will be playable on PlayStation 4 Pro.

Watch Dogs 2 is an open world action adventure game in development at Ubisoft Montreal, and the game is scheduled to launch on November 15 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and November 29 for PC.