Watch Dogs opened the doors of a new and exciting world. But he was just rung. The first game was never able to fully open those doors, and he was never able to fully instill the excitement we were looking for. Although Watch Dogs has a well-designed world and great potentials, it has never been a promised game. Now when I’m writing this review, Watch Dogs 2 looks at me on the monitor that my PlayStation 4 is connected to and reminds me once again of how nice Ubisoft is doing this time. I can explain in a single example how Watch Dogs 2 is better than the first game. Assassin’s Creed and Assassin’s Creed II. The world of the first game was very nice. The mechanics were very nice. He had succeeded in providing us with an experience that we have never experienced before. But the task system and the story of his story had squeezed us after one place. Just like Watch Dogs, Assassin’s Creed is a nice game, although he promised, it wasn’t the game we wanted. Afterwards, Assassin’s Creed II came out and the game world met Ezio, a play he will never forget and a character he will never forget. Watch Dogs 2 is just like Assassin’s Creed II.