A new ending has been patched into Watch Dogs 2 which teases the location of the next game in the series. Ubisoft dropped a meaty 10GB patch for the open world title earlier this week, adding new clothing, bug fixes, and the aforementioned concluding cut-scene. There are spoilers in this article, so if you don't want to know the finer details of the release's finale, then maybe look away now.
Anyway, the ending plays much the same, save for the addition of a new audio conversation when control is handed back to protagonist Marcus Holloway. A mysterious man talks about new DedSec cells "popping up everywhere", including the Middle East, South America, and Europe. There are coordinates at the top of the conversation which when punched into Google point to London's Brixton area. Watch Dogs 3?
Here's what Ubisoft told Kotaku when quizzed about the tease: "The production team wanted to include a little something extra at the end of the campaign to expand the Watch Dogs lore and hint at the potential future of DedSec." Hmm, interesting, isn't it? With both Chicago and San Francisco already explored, we reckon it would be cool for future Watch Dogs titles to exit America.
And London is obviously a perfect fit for the series' gameplay – it's got the required buildings and technological infrastructure to make it work, for sure. Would you be up for a London-based Watch Dogs sequel, or would you prefer another American city? Perhaps you'd like to see the game travel a little further afield – somewhere in Asia, perhaps? Feel free to theorise in the comments section below.