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Watch Dogs 2’s latest patch changes the ending a little bit

by Eric Frederiksen | February 15, 2017February 15, 2017 6:00 pm PDT

Did you love Watch Dogs 2 as much as I did? Well, we need to go back and re-play that last mission, according to Ubisoft. The 1.11 patch notes are out for the game and while they include the standard host of bug fixes and multiplayer balancing tweaks, there’s some stuff in there that makes the game worth revisiting if you’ve since put it down. Namely, the ending.

“Without spoiling all of the fun in the patch notes, we’ll just say that if you’ve finished the story you should replay the last mission to watch a little extra something at the end,” the notes say.

The patch also adds some new locations in preparation for the upcoming Human Conditions DLC. The notes don’t list out the locations, but it sounds like a little more exploration is in order. New clothing, emotes, and dances are in the game, too, including perhaps the most important dance of the 1990s:

The patch is a big one, though. It’s 10GB on consoles and 14GB on PC. Set aside a few minutes to let that one download.

Is a sequel on the way? (yes)

As VG247 notes, the upcoming DLC still takes place in San Francisco, but those who have re-played the last mission have found that it points at a location in London. Could it be pointing at a sequel?

While the game’s initial sales weren’t on par with expectations thanks, most likely, to disappointment with the first game, sales have improved thanks to all the positive post-launch buzz the game has received. Even if the game underperforms a bit, it’s now on an upward swing that is likely pushing Ubisoft toward a third game. And with Marcus and his pals having caught on much stronger than Baseball Cap Batman from the original game, it wouldn’t be too surprising to see them at the center of it all.

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Eric Frederiksen

Eric Frederiksen has been a gamer since someone made the mistake of letting him play their Nintendo many years ago, pushing him to beg for his own,...

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