Watch Dogs 2 is set to be released by Ubisoft this year as a successor to the 2014 hacking and vigilante title that was met by mixed reviews. Before we are met with an official announcement, which was originally teased for June 8, there's an advertisement on Twitch that shows off the next game in the franchise.
As noted by Kotaku, the advert on Twitch confirms that Watch Dogs 2 will be released on November 15. The video was removed from YouTube, but remains live on Twitter, for now. What do you make of footage shared thus far? Sound off your thoughts (and fears) in the comments and be sure to remain tuned to Windows Central for today's announcement.
Update: It appears as though the video is being removed from all social media. Here's another listing:
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