Finally, some light has been shed on a “Watch Dogs” sequel.
DSOgaming reported one of “Watch Dogs” senior gameplay programmers, Julien Risse, hinted the ongoing creation of “Watch Dogs 2” in his LinkedIn profile.
If fans would want to look at her account and verify the legitimacy of the report, Risse had already edited his profile.
Fortunately, Videogamer was able to capture the image.
See photo below.
Meanwhile, creative director Jonathan Morin had an interview with GamesTM and he was asked for updates on “Watch Dogs 2.” One of their biggest goals is to further enhance the game that it would be miles better compared to its predecessor.
He said, “When you start a new project [and new IP], it’s a blank page and everything you do is what you want to do.” “With a sequel, there is more pressure to push a brand forward and we now have to appeal to fans in a new way.
You have to carry on taking risks.
I will not do this job if there is no risk in it, that would just be boring.
You shouldn’t prevent yourself from trying something just because it’s hard and the solution is not apparent,” he added.
Moreover, Morin said that “Watch Dogs 2” will be massive compared to the first installment.
“We want to allow them to play with a very different state of mind, not wrap up concepts for them.” He continued,”Players loved the idea of other players who create an alternate reality in their games and knowing that now opens up a lot of new possibilities of what online can do,” shared Morin in what seems like some “Watch Dogs 2” details.
“We have to give them something hard to do.
If we don’t, they could fade out, which means you don’t benefit from their knowledge or they will leave.
Our team is really assimilated with the challenge we have and who knows where it will lead us next,” he concluded.