4. More hackable options
Where Watch Dogs fell short in its driving, it excelled in having the ability to hack stuff. Whether it be messing with traffics lights, blowing open man hole covers, accessing camera feeds or blacking out the entire city, you felt incredibly powerful.
The different hackable options available to you when either on foot combat or behind the wheel opened up avenues of creativity in the game. You could tamper with a guy’s phone to give that brief window to run up to him and wallop him one, or raise bridges at the last second to escape pursuing police cars.
So when it comes to Watch Dogs 2, keep much of the same but throw in some more hackable options to avoid things becoming stale. Let us hack and gain control of combat drones, let us play music from people’s phones or the sound of gunfire to potentially ignite combat within groups of enemies. Bottom line, give us more ways to mess with people. Thank you.