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Watch Dogs 2 is finally out on PC

After launching on consoles over two weeks ago, Watch Dogs 2 is now available to play on PC, Ubisoft has announced.

The open-world hacking adventure originally launched on November 15 for PS4 and Xbox One, and now it’s finally out on PC after a two week delay.

It can now be purchased through Steam or uPlay, depending on which service takes your fancy.

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Watch Dogs 2 launched to positive critical reviews and disappointing sales, failing to match the figures of its predecessor by a significant margin.

It is believed that sales improved during the Black Friday period, as the retail price was slashed across the board.

We scored Watch Dogs 8/10 in our review, you can check out a snippet below:

“Watch Dogs 2 is no great leap forward, but it sees the series headed in the right direction with more colour, more flair and a real sense of fun. The action’s solid and the mission design much less generic, while Ubisoft Montreal has given you a great set of tools and the freedom to use them as you will. If the original Watch Dogs was a mean-looking hound, all bark, no bite, the sequel’s a more playful pooch that’s all about having a good time – and it’s all the better for it.”

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