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Jan 16, 2017 02:03 PM EST

‘Watch Dogs 2’ Update: 'ScoutXpedition' DLC Now Available

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PS4 players received an additional gift from developers of "Watch Dogs 2" as new mission 'ScoutXpedition" is now available for free download. It is actually not new since it is the same thing PS4 users could have gotten if they pre-ordered the game.

According to Watch Dogs Wiki, the "ScoutXpedition" mission at "Watch Dogs 2" will require gamers to pick up a client first then look at locations that will be used for filming. Players will then need to choose three landmarks to head to and take photos of them. Once all of that is done, they can drive the client back to where they got them then reap the benefits of all the rewards which include more followers and in-game money.

According to Engadget, one hacker managed to develop software that allows gamers to take control of "Watch Dogs 2" from their smartphone. The hacker used the programming language Python to create an iPhone hack for a game that is basically about hacking. The hacker did an excellent job thanks to screenshots that closely resembles the game. When the hacker contacted Ubisoft, the company gave him permission to share the app's source files which means any player can modify the software by downloading the source code for the Python server.

According to Gamespot, the first expansion of "Watch Dogs 2" came out at the end of December. It includes a load of goodies including a new Grenadier enemy type, T-bone's signature clothes, Mayhem co-op challenge and a modded school bus vehicle. Gamers also got a good treat for the game as Amazon recently gave away for only $30. It is such a good deal for a game that was dubbed one of the best overall games of last year.

Check out this video featuring walkthrough gameplay of "Watch Dogs 2" plus a review of some of the online features of the game:

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